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Old 12-29-2011, 7:01 PM
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Heard this tonight on county PD,
Disp: Did the victim get run over?
Cop: Yeah, He has tire marks on his chest.
Disp: At least he got some rubbers. Thats clear.
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Old 12-31-2011, 3:20 PM
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Heard an unidentified agency on 460.350 in SC.

"Where'd you come from?"
"I dropped out of the trees"
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Old 01-01-2012, 3:35 PM
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Just heard early this morning.

Unit#1 ( with an open key): "...I would like 3 tacos...um...no, a taco dinner...no beans...."

Dispatch (or different unit): "Hey, can I get one of those too?"

Unit#1: "Negative.."

Unit#2:"NO BEANS!!!"
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Old 01-02-2012, 10:57 AM
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Ok heard this yesterday....in Ottawa Co MI....service call for FD(sorry dont remeber which one was laughing too hard)...anyway.....called them out for 2 guys locked IN their car..yes I said IN.....apparently their battery was dead and the doors would not open.......dont most doors open from inside no matter what?
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I know on Fords, Yes they do, Locked or not. On ANY G.M. product, Yes. Unless you're to stupid to unlock it first then pull the release handle. After so many years, One would think G.M. would adopt the same mechanism in case of emergency. Who really thinks to first unlock then open? No, its always get that door open as fast as possible.
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Old 01-02-2012, 6:45 PM
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I know on Fords, Yes they do, Locked or not. On ANY G.M. product, Yes. Unless you're to stupid to unlock it first then pull the release handle. After so many years, One would think G.M. would adopt the same mechanism in case of emergency. Who really thinks to first unlock then open? No, its always get that door open as fast as possible.
I do believe it's the latest Corvette model (high trim option) that has electric door releases on the inside.
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Old 01-02-2012, 10:59 PM
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A area ems agency just responded to this a short time ago,

Dispatch ; 1N*** respond for a person in pain.

Rig ; Condition or complaint of patient?

Dispatch ; Please respond for a woman..... with a "stick" in her butt ....and she says it hurts.

Rig ; (silence) *sigh* Response code?

Dispatch ; She requests no lights or siren please.

Rig ; Really?


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Old 01-03-2012, 5:09 PM
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Mall security dispatcher: All units, check for a dog in the mall. Last location in the food court.
A few minutes later, a security officer responds: Dog located. No action taken. Dog is a service dog.
Dispatcher: That's clear. Thank you.
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Old 01-04-2012, 1:27 PM
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I do believe it's the latest Corvette model (high trim option) that has electric door releases on the inside.
Fords is mechanical. Electric does no good if the vehicle is submerged in water.
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Heard on San Diego police dispatch last night...

"The subject is deaf and talking to himself in sign language."

ROFLMAO

I couldn't make somethinglike that up!

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Old 01-11-2012, 9:07 AM
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The first one I heard on the news : Man Arrested On Rape Warrant After Hitting On Cop: News: SFAppeal


And #2

Disp. - 39XX?

Squad - 39XX, Go ahead.

Disp. - 39XX, We have a party calling in to report her car has been broken into.......(LONG pause)..... And all that was stolen was her marijuana pipe.

Squad - At this point the mic keys up, but all you hear is "uuuuuuuuuuuuggggggghhhhh"

Disp. - Copy that. We'll show you enroute.
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I've got a recent one that I heard around Halloween time in 2011.

Our city police was called to a disturbing the peace call of kids playing football in the road.

Dispatcher: Tom Paul xx
Unit: Tom Paul xx go ahead.
Dispatcher: Tom Paul XX, I received a call of a group of kids in the middle of xxx street. 10-17 advises the group is being loud and are gathered in the street.
Unit: Tom Paul xx - 10-4, I'll be en route to the kangaroo call.
Dispatcher: 10-4 thank you.
Unknown 2nd unit: *chuckling* did you say kangaroo call??
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Old 01-16-2012, 1:01 AM
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Just a few minutes ago:

A local township patrol is sent to a local mobile home park, as an "assist to other agency" call, to locate "Jane Smith" and see if "John Jones" is her son. If so, can someone retrieve Mr. Jones from city X, in the next county.

Officer: No one here, at lot 130, knows Jane Smith, nor John Jones. They say they bought the trailer this past May.

Dispatch: Did you say 130? 1...3...0?

Officer: Yes

Dispatch: You were supposed to go to 139, 1...3...9

Officer: That might make a difference. That's what I get for trying to read, while I'm driving.

Two minutes later...

Officer: There is a car registered to Jane Smith, here at 139. I think I'm getting closer...
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Old 01-17-2012, 11:57 AM
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heard on a business channel

A - Were you on TV last night?

B - No, I dont have a CB

A - No, were you on TV - television - last night?

B - No - I hope not - why?

A - I was watching the Animal Planet, they captured Sasquacth, you have a lot of the same features he does

B - laughter
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Heard on a Burlington Co, NJ local police "chat" channel:

Unit 1: XXXX to XXXX on local.
Unit 2: Go ahead.
Unit 1: Respond to the rear of the station and meet the Verizon crew. You'll need to unlock the gate to the cell tower for them.
Unit 2: Okay.
Unit 1: Make sure you check their ID.
Unit 2: You mean the big van that says Verizon on the side isn't enough?
Unit 1: *chuckles* Just check their ID.
Unit 2: Never know, could be touch-tone terrorists...
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While responding to a "Vehicle into a building" call:

Dispatcher: Chief 14, it's a male subject who attempt to flee the police after a traffic stop, but apparently a house got in his way. Scene is not secure yet.
Chief 14: *chuckles* O...kay.
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Old 01-22-2012, 1:44 PM
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Fire arriving on scene to a car vs pole.
"212 on- oh ****........ 212 on the scene, road is VERY slick!"
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Old 01-23-2012, 6:09 PM
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Dispatch tone out local FD engine & medic: Engine xxx, Medic xxx medical emergency <address of local hospital> ...
Engine xxx: In route.
Medic xxx: In route.
Dispatch: You have a patient that has passed out. The patient is located in the <pause> ER waiting room? Wait, let me call the ER and see what's going on.
Dispatch: On hold with ER, but the caller states that they were told it would be another hour before they can be seen and want to go to a different hospital.
Dispatch: The ER states that the patient didn't pass out, but didn't like the wait time they were given. They're with the nurse now, you may disregard if you wish.
Engine xxx: Code 4, available by radio.
Medic xxx: Code 4, available by radio.


Why do I wish that they would've taken the patient in the ambulance around to the ambulance entrance where the patient would've remained on the gurney for the hour and gotten the large bill for the ambulance ride. When they stated they wanted to go to a different hospital, they should've been told "We must take you to the closest ER, and this is it." The other thing that would've been good is to take them down to the public hospital, where their hour wait would've turned into five or six hours waiting (and they'd still get the huge ambulance bill)!
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Dispatch tone out local FD engine & medic: Engine xxx, Medic xxx medical emergency <address of local hospital> ...
Engine xxx: In route.
Medic xxx: In route.
Dispatch: You have a patient that has passed out. The patient is located in the <pause> ER waiting room? Wait, let me call the ER and see what's going on.
Dispatch: On hold with ER, but the caller states that they were told it would be another hour before they can be seen and want to go to a different hospital.
Dispatch: The ER states that the patient didn't pass out, but didn't like the wait time they were given. They're with the nurse now, you may disregard if you wish.
Engine xxx: Code 4, available by radio.
Medic xxx: Code 4, available by radio.
These drive me crazy! Sadly, this is a quite common occurrence where I live. Though, the majority of people that do it here don't ever get bills. Thanks for sharing this one!

This happens once a day, or so, here... Patient at Urgent Care requesting transport to ER. Initial complaint, scraped knee(or minor sprain) now stating they have chest pain. (There is a large sign stating "If you have chest pain, we'll get you in immediately" at the UC desk. ) So Resue, an Engine, and Ambo roll out to drive them, maybe 50yds.

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Old 01-25-2012, 8:42 AM
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HAHAHAHA!!!!

#1 (gives description ending in) "And those boots with the fur"
WITHOUT MISSING A STEP
#2 "The boots with the fur-fur"
#3 "She's got the whole club lookin at her-her"
#2 "She hit the floor-, she hit the floor.. Next thing you know shorty got low low low"

#1 "We really spend to much time in the hood"

If you don't get it, watch the first 30seconds: Low [from Step Up 2 The Streets O.S.T. / Mail On Sunday] (st - YouTube
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