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Louis N. Molino Sr.
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  • College Station, Texas
  • United States
  • EMT-B, Firefighter/EMT,…
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Research for an article

Started May 3, 2009

Research for an article

Started May 3, 2009

Research for an article

Started May 3, 2009

 

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Louis N. Molino Sr. commented on Lisa Bell's group JEMS Authors & Editors
"Lisa, that last line about the print edition and the bathroom 1) made my day, 2) was funny as hell and 3) is also very true! Louis N. Molino, Sr., CET FF/NREMT-B/FSI/EMSI Freelance Consultant/Trainer/Author/Journalist/Fire Protection…"
Jun 18, 2009
Louis N. Molino Sr. commented on B.J. Jones's group Older Medic's in EMS
"I freely admit my nickname in HS was 240-Louie."
Jun 4, 2009
Katherine Fuchs replied to Louis N. Molino Sr.'s discussion Research for an article in the group Incident Management and Special Operations
"Louis, have you gotten any replies to your request? Kathy"
May 8, 2009
Louis N. Molino Sr. replied to Louis N. Molino Sr.'s discussion Research for an article in the group Disaster EMS
"Did you have any problems cutting the gear off? Thanks. Louis N. Molino, Sr., CET FF/NREMT-B/FSI/EMSI Freelance Consultant/Trainer/Author/Journalist/Fire Protection Consultant LNMolino@aol.com"
May 4, 2009
Marlys Litchfield replied to Louis N. Molino Sr.'s discussion Research for an article in the group Disaster EMS
"In doing some RIT exercises years ago I determined that the firefighter would need new TOG. I made the decision to cut gear rather than potentially worsen an injry trying to save the TOG. Getting a FF out of the breating apparatus without…"
May 4, 2009
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May 3, 2009
Louis N. Molino Sr. added a discussion to the group JEMS Authors & Editors
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Research for an article

In doing some research for an article I'm looking for any anecdotes of a situation where a Firefighter has been seriously injured while wearing standard full "Turn Out Gear" including or not including Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA).I'm specifically interested in situations where the Firefighter has sustained an obvious complex long bone/spinal/C-Spine injury or where he/she has sustained a serious mechanism of injury that would indicate the likelihood of such an injury. A fall from a…See More
May 3, 2009
Louis N. Molino Sr. added a discussion to the group EMS Research
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Research for an article

In doing some research for an article I'm looking for any anecdotes of a situation where a Firefighter has been seriously injured while wearing standard full "Turn Out Gear" including or not including Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA).I'm specifically interested in situations where the Firefighter has sustained an obvious complex long bone/spinal/C-Spine injury or where he/she has sustained a serious mechanism of injury that would indicate the likelihood of such an injury. A fall from a…See More
May 3, 2009

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Employer/Affiliation
EMT-B, Firefighter/EMT, Instructor/Educator, EMS Chief, First Responder
Primary Agency/Department Type
Educational, Other EMS Agency, Other Fire/Rescue Agency
Primary Department/Agency Name
LNM Emergency Services Consulting
Years in EMS/Public Safety
Since 1981
Day Job
I have never had a day job!
I Love Being in EMS Because
The people in the business (for the most part)
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In a Relationship

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