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Old 05-09-2014, 11:27 PM   #1
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Question EMS that responded to my accident

I had my previous thread removed because the settlement is still pending. a quick update on the accident that I can share is that I'm scheduled for surgery on the 15th, sometime in the morning for my foot. I'll update what I can when I can and after the settlement I'll post about the entire process, which has been rather stressful.

I'm looking for the EMS crew that took me to Memorial Hermann southeast 4/29/14. All I know is it was M36, D shift. I want to stop by and give my thanks for everything they did and their fast as response time. If you chimed in on my last thread about being rear ended you know I'm new to Texas and don't know where most places are, let alone a specific HFD station. I believe it was near hobby airport, that's where I was hit and would explain the response time. Also trying to figure out "D shift". I have their names, not sure about paying their names on here so I'll keep it to just looking for M36 D shift for now.

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Old 05-10-2014, 12:26 AM   #2
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you cn place a request for records at the hec or houston emergency center. call 31 for the number
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Old 05-10-2014, 01:07 AM   #3
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you cn place a request for records at the hec or houston emergency center. call 31 for the number
Hmmm... pretty sure king means call 311 for the number.
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I'll try it tomorrow, thanks.
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I'm guessing Station 36 on Airport?

M~Medical?
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D~Shift?
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M36 is one of the units that's regularly browned out due to staffing. The crew may or may not be there.
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I can put you in touch with the guys if you PM the info you have. I can find out who was on the unit.
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