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Old 06-05-2014, 10:59 AM
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A must for the doors on any well-equipped ambulance.........

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OMG are you serious, ashtrays were actually put into the back of ambulances??? That would be like having a bar at an AA meeting!
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Old 06-06-2014, 07:29 AM
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OMG are you serious, ashtrays were actually put into the back of ambulances???
Of course ashtrays were put in the back of ambulances. What do you want them to do, just drop the ashes on the floor?
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Old 06-06-2014, 07:38 AM
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By the way, the fire department canteen unit (food, water for firefighters at major incidents) that I run with in Washington, DC, was stocked until the mid-1990's with cigarettes. When a firefighter came out of a fire and pulled off his air mask (which protects him from the dangerous smoke in a fire), often the first thing he wanted was a cigarette.
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We had an old fire captain in Woodstock,who would never wear the breathing gear,after a few minutes he would come barreling out of the smoke drop to all fours gagging and coughing and gasping for breath,and between breaths he would yell for a cigarette,they called him a true smoke eater,!!!!the other firefighters had other choice names for him.P.S. I have seen people use the k-basin in the back for an ashtray.
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And all these rigs had oxygen tanks handy?????
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That style ash tray had a long life. They are the same style as was in one of my 1940 Fords years ago.
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