Fun Fact Friday: Driving with your feet on the dashboard is dangerous! Please be safe and make sure you have your seat belts on and your feet on the ground when you're riding shotgun!

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Fun Fact Friday: Driving with your feet on the dashboard is dangerous!  Please be safe and make sure you have your seat belts on and your feet on the ground when youre riding shotgun!

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That’s just how those kids ride around campus.

Morgyn Dufrene

PSA: DO NOT WEAR LANYARDS WHILE DRIVING OR TRAVELING IN A CAR.
There have been a couple of serious traffic accidents where the wearing of identity lanyards around the drivers’ necks has exasperated the severity of the injuries sustained. The car airbag was deployed on impact and the force of the airbag caused the lanyard and pass to be pushed into the driver’s chest, causing a lung to collapse and requiring hospital treatment. Had the person not been wearing their lanyard and pass at the time, they would
have most likely walked away relatively unscathed.

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PSA: DO NOT WEAR LANYARDS WHILE DRIVING OR TRAVELING IN A CAR. 
There have been a couple of serious traffic accidents where the wearing of identity lanyards around the drivers’ necks has exasperated the severity of the injuries sustained. The car airbag was deployed on impact and the force of the airbag caused the lanyard and pass to be pushed into the driver’s chest, causing a lung to collapse and requiring hospital treatment. Had the person not been wearing their lanyard and pass at the time, they would
have most likely walked away relatively unscathed.

#LPFPD4 #OurFamilyProtectingYourFamily #safety #fire

 

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Thank you

Sarah Sidney Mandi

Manda Boo Rosario

Thanks. I wear a lanyard every day for work and never thought of this either.

Tony Duhon

Mindi Bergeron

Peggy Lott

These are 2 UK incidents. 1 was a NHS health care worker the other a gov employee. 1 received chest wound the other a bowel injury. Keep keys off lanyards.

Alicia Fine Trahan

Susan Van Norman Spell

Interesting - never thought of it!

Alicia Fine Trahan

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We only have two-and-a-half months until hurricane season. Now is the perfect time to check preparation kits, stock up on batteries and plan evacuation routes. Hurricane season starts June 1 and ends Nov. 30. The 2019 tropical cyclone names for the North Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico have been announced: Andrea, Barry, Chantal, Dorian, Erin, Fernand, Gabrielle, Humberto, Imelda, Jerry, Karen, Lorenzo, Melissa, Nestor, Olga, Pablo, Rebekah, Sebastien, Tanya, Van and Wendy. Here's hoping for a very dull hurricane season so we don't have to meet this group! 😁 ... See MoreSee Less

We only have two-and-a-half months until hurricane season. Now is the perfect time to check preparation kits, stock up on batteries and plan evacuation routes. Hurricane season starts June 1 and ends Nov. 30. The 2019 tropical cyclone names for the North Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico have been announced: Andrea, Barry, Chantal, Dorian, Erin, Fernand, Gabrielle, Humberto, Imelda, Jerry, Karen, Lorenzo, Melissa, Nestor, Olga, Pablo, Rebekah, Sebastien, Tanya, Van and Wendy. Heres hoping for a very dull hurricane season so we dont have to meet this group! 😁

Friday Fun Facts: 5 Things You May Not Know About a Firefighter

5. Most firefighters are volunteers and have full-time jobs.
4. Firemen enter buildings with temperatures greater than what you cook meat at in your oven.
3. It takes a lot of training before a fireman can legally enter any burning building.
2. Firefighters are expected to get dressed in less than 2 minutes.
1. Firefighters and EMTs have 1 hour from the time the incident occurs to get the patients to the hospital and seen by a doctor.
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Friday Fun Facts: 5 Things You May Not Know About a Firefighter

5. Most firefighters are volunteers and have full-time jobs.
4. Firemen enter buildings with temperatures greater than what you cook meat at in your oven.
3. It takes a lot of training before a fireman can legally enter any burning building.
2. Firefighters are expected to get dressed in less than 2 minutes.
1. Firefighters and EMTs have 1 hour from the time the incident occurs to get the patients to the hospital and seen by a doctor.

 

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#3 is false

Not all firefighters are hawt blond!z...

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