Morning, Station 3, Engine 3, "A" Shift with Captain Palmer. Today, they have an Explorer Scott on-board for this 24, He'll see a lot. Garcia checks his new mask, the guys check there gear, Time to shop for chow. Head back to the Station and cook up some lunch. Travaling Firefither David Ramirez helps in the kitchen, Matt has a special diet. A call comes in, sounds like a structure fire, for some, it's the first time using these SCBA's. They arrive on scene, Rameriz pulls a line down the drivieway, it's a structure fire for sure. Captain Palmer explains the call. Back at the Station, the Battalon Chief stops by for a chat with Captain Palmer. Call comes ink it's a commercail fire; In route, it's said to be a recycling plant. We arrive on-scene, the Exployer gets some time on the nozzle. Night, it's a medical call, man down at bus maintance. Next call, a Rapper caught in an Elevetor with his crew and entorage. The get back to the station and shortly there after, a call comes in, it's a medical, it's just over the bridge at the AM/PM. We arrive on scene of a Gang Shooting; busy night.
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