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You expect emergency responders to park wherever they can when it comes down to saving lives. You do not expect emergency responders to park on the middle of High Street in downtown Carlisle simply to grab a pizza.

Yet that

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mole hill meet mountain

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I think the word "d-bag" goes well with him.

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Glad the guys are getting fired.

What arrogance.

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what ever happened to not using an emergency vehicle for not emergency reasons.

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This is just the tip of the iceberg. I know law enforcement officers that do similar things. It's a pretty common thing to see.

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^ Same with school bus drivers around here -- some go shopping at K-Mart or grocery stores, after doing their morning run. :rolleyes:

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[quote name='littleneutrino' timestamp='1363637808' post='595584920']
what ever happened to not using an emergency vehicle for not emergency reasons.
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What are they going to do? Use personal vehicles and if they get a call run back to station and sit I'm traffic. Then people complain it took too long? They are allowed to use the rigs because if they get a call they can instantly respond.

We are told to stay in our running area. These guys sound like douche bags. Park and walk. Or if its Sooo busy. Don't go. Find another place for food. They shouldn't have blocked the street and shouldn't have turned on the lights.

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Not really news. This happens every day all over the place. The worst offenders (around here anyway) are the cops.

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