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time ever - SPEECHLESS! Nice work Susca on your victory after only your 4th time play- ing! It’s ok J.J., keep practicing and your crew doesn’t mind if your wife counts in for lunch. This last gem comes out of 64’s.


Earlier in the day, RA 64 had transported to Centinela, transferred the patient and was just about to clear when RA 79 was dispatched to a run in 64’s district. RA 79 let OCD know that RA 64 was available, and OCD in-turn dispatched RA 64 from Inglewood to a run in 64’s district. No big deal, happens all the time. Fast forward to 2:30 am. RA 64 was dispatched to 79’s district and on the way to the run, they happened to notice that RA 79 was available and let OCD know that. Since karma is . . . well karma, OCD sent RA 79 on the run in their own district and RA 64 back home. But not before OCD sent a message to 64’s over the MDT that said, “If you hadn’t rolled over and gone back to sleep, you would’ve been there by now!” I thought the MDT’s were supposed to be used for professional communications only! I guess it is true that some members from OCD may have forgotten what it’s like to hit the pavement each and every day. Oh and as for 79’s, sorry Hans but even though you’re now in Battalion 6, you still have to come up to 64’s when both of their rescues are out. Well, that’s all I’ve got. Remember to


stay safe and keep taking care of one another! . . . and remember, 2+2 makes sense, play nice, stay marginal, know your audience, and get a cool nickname! Keep sending in your stories to:


wattsfire@gmail.com


enGine 60 Gets an auto Fire at oxnard st and laurel canyon on FeBruary 1, 2012.


photo By mike meadows, epn


enGine 64 takes care oF an auto at 94th street and Flower on march 4, 2012.


photo By tod sudmeier, epn.


enGine 33 tackles an auto at 83rd street and central ave on FeBruary 17, 2012.


photo By tod sudmeier, epn.


18 • April 2012


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