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Publisher's Summary

"Injury Accident, highway 80... Unit 13... "

"Unit 13 en route!"

So it begins, the race against time. You know only fragments of what you're about to see; what you'll experience is almost impossible to explain...almost!

Until now.

Witness the Wild West era of emergency medicine as seen through the eyes of Paramedic-13. In this gritty, pull-no-punches account you will live each call through the people who wrestle with death each and every day to keep the rest of us alive.

Every paramedic, firefighter, EMT, and nurse should show this to their families.

Because...none of us actually have any idea what really goes in inside the ambulance.

©2009, 2010, 2012, 2014 Nicholas Black (P)2015 Nicholas Black

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Not Audible Quality

This performance was painful to listen to. The authors attempt at humor were not funny and his continually putting down the people he was supposed to be saving, calling them fat and disgusting was disturbing.

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Awful!

I have wish I had read the reviews on this book before wasting my money. I couldn’t get through the first chapter. The author is fat phobic, rude, judgmental and downright mean when describing his fellow human beings. I hope to God he left medicine for a different career. His arrogance was sickening.

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Inappropriate

The use of the term “crispy critter” in reference to a burn victim, the sexual encounters, the derogatory comments regarding obese people and hillbillies... all uncalled for. This author is a shameful example of a paramedic.

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Disappointed

I was ok at the beginning but was very taken back and refused to continue the book as he clearly made fun of a Vietnam Veteran that clearly needed help but you would rather call him names and make fun of him. My father served in Vietnam and had problems for a very long time and still does to this day. I will never purchase or waste my time on this author again.

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A bit crude at times, but overall a blast to listen to. Almost like being right there with him.

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Pretty good book

Good listen for an Advanced EMT such as myself. Well written book full of great stories

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Arrogant and dumb

Nicholas Black...OMG an example of an arrogant and condescending arse! Also a sexist, racist, immature and cowboy (so full of crap, I wonder if he has ever been a certified EMT). If I was to read this before I became a paramedic, I would NEVER applied. To listen about how it’s fun and easy to Make fun of a ‘mate’ and scare the crap out of him because this guy is a fighter of PTSD from Vietnam War days. To make fun of people who are surviving on the skin of their pants, the homeless and the way he thinks of others is a total embarrassment.
Would I ever buy a book written by Nicholas Black again....NO WAY. If it was in print I’d burn it. He is the cowboy type of EMT that gives the others a horrid name. So very sad to have such an idiot write about 1st responders who save lives and often putting their own lives on the line. I hope anyone who is unfortunate to take time to read this, life IS WORTH MORE and you WILL NEVER GET BACK the time you’ve wasted reading this awful book.