It is my belief that the significant cause of mass shootings is the culprit, the shooter, not the gun. When did we, as a society, become so irrational that we believe an inanimate object has a will of it’s own. That it can somehow jump up and commit … [Continue reading] about Mass Killings: Why?
With Spring approaching the threat of tornadoes increases. Tornados kill about 60 people per year and cause billions of dollars in property damage. Although tornado season is usually considered March through June they have occurred during every month … [Continue reading] about Tornado Season Has Arrived
It was a quiet morning at the station with no call so far. The weather was typical for July, warm with a few showers. The tones broke the silence of a slow morning. “Medic 1, Engine 1, Rescue 1 report of a car striking a utility pole. Power is … [Continue reading] about Trapped In Vehicle
A 25 year old male came home from work not feeling well. He was very fatigued. Later in the evening he developed abdominal pain on the right side beneath his lower ribs. The next day his condition worsened. He experienced a low grade fever, joint … [Continue reading] about Hepatitis A
The journey of life is tough. It can sap the strength from even the strongest of men and women. Life takes many unexpected turns. Some are good and some are bad. Each day life presents itself with new tragedies in our society. A six year old boy shot … [Continue reading] about The Journey Is Tough