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Msg ID: 2575435 Don't be "that guy" +1/-0     
6/6/2019 3:41:15 PM

This article is dated, but the circumstances were similar to this year's Survival Flight crash.  Do we ever learn?

Msg ID: 2575444 Don't be "that guy" +1/-0     
Author:If only it were
6/6/2019 3:59:33 PM

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that easy to convince/influence others not to push it. Some just have to make the fatal mistake.

Msg ID: 2575446 4 miles w mist, 7 miles w mist being reported +5/-0     
Author:At that time of night
6/6/2019 4:09:18 PM

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I am not going. In fact, at night if I see less than 10sm at several reporting stations I am not going. Prudence at night pays. Heed the forecast too, even if the forecasted weather has not shown up yet.

Msg ID: 2575475 4 miles w mist, 7 miles w mist being reported +1/-0     
Author:10 huh?
6/6/2019 8:26:28 PM

Reply to: 2575446
Its always plus 6 at night where I'm from. Never really see 10 all that much.

Msg ID: 2575482 4 miles w mist, 7 miles w mist being reported +1/-0     
Author:To each his own.
6/6/2019 8:59:14 PM

Reply to: 2575475
Around here it's routinely reported as 10sm. Don't know what it's like where you are. I guess you were making an attempt to impune what I said.

Msg ID: 2575450 Don't be "that troll" (NT) +2/-1     
Author:Baited but no bite
6/6/2019 5:07:08 PM

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Msg ID: 2575461 Don't be "that guy" +6/-0     
Author:Old Nurse
6/6/2019 7:18:47 PM

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The Careforce aircraft never lifted off. As the crew walked out side the pilot said he was decling for weather. The medic who was new and wanted to save a life was unhappy because it was a clear night. After the pilot pointed out halo's around the street lights and said the conditions where conducive to fog, the medic backed down. The Careforce crew got a good night sleep and the pilot was thanked by the crew the next morning at the programs pre planned safety meeting. Later someone said the patient was a lady of the night who might have been thrown out of a 18 wheeler. Moral of the story...Don't let the crew push you into taking a flight if either your gut or experience tells you otherwise.

Msg ID: 2575526 What does that have to do with the original post? (NT) +1/-0     
Author:Nice little story though...
6/7/2019 8:00:54 AM

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Msg ID: 2575536 So the patients employment history works into +3/-0     
Author:your decision to respond???
6/7/2019 9:34:06 AM

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Obviously you are an old arsewipe along with having the nursing degree.

If you change your care standards based on your perceived social status you are not who I want providing service ... not medical service, not customer service, and not serving me coffee at the truck stop.

And you wonder why we call you self loading baggage?

For me, I'll fly safely and serve whoever needs the help.

Msg ID: 2575537 Don't be "that guy" +5/-0     
6/7/2019 9:49:45 AM

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Don't be that guy who posts a story that is 15 years old just so he can get some valuable troll points.

And who decides a broken leg needs a helicopter ride??  Dispatched from Spartanburg?  From the I-26 rest area in Newberry county to the Newberry County Memorial Hospital is ~15 minutes by ground ambulance.

There was no "golden hour" situation, and zero time to be saved by dispatching that helicopter from Spartanburg.




Msg ID: 2575551 Don't be "that guy" +1/-0     
6/7/2019 12:43:26 PM

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You don't want to be the guy that crashes and kills everyone on board. It doesn't look good on a resume and you won't be able to use them as a reference.

Msg ID: 2575799 Don't be "that guy" +1/-0     
Author:I Follow Roads
6/8/2019 10:21:09 PM

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Being a SPIFR base we get slammed when the cloud in Texas is spot in the distance .