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Might have left my portable in a traded vehicle!

Discussion in 'Firefighter/EMS Talk' started by fireguy129, Apr 17, 2005.


  1. fireguy129

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    Traded my ranger yesterday for a family car. Cleaned everything out with no problems. Get a call last night, quick scan through the house reveals no radio. Hmmmm. Last place I had it was in my truck. Once before I thought it was gone, but found it under the center of the front seat. Seems when I lay it on the transmission hump and slide the seat forward for my gear, the seat drags it back under. Dealership is closed today, so I have to call there bright and early tomorrow. Hopefully its still there. If not the conversation with the chief should be fairly interesting.
     
  2. Firefighter631

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    Just remember the easiest way to start the letter to the Chief is....



    Dear Chief,

    Much has transpired since we last spoke........



    All kidding aside, I think that everyone has left some piece of equipment somewhere. I seem to recall leaving a Minitor on the running board of an engine one time.
     

  3. Tvov

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    Hope you find it. It is one thing to lose / damage equipment at a scene, but when it happens on your own time you are in for some ribbing from everyone at the firehouse.
     
  4. fireguy129

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    Well, thankfully they found it once I called up there. Quick 40 minute drive and its back in possession. Just gives you that funny feeling in your stomach when you realize where it might be.