Summary of Anthony Almojera’s Riding the Lightning (EPUB)
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#1 When I entered the dining room that morning, Joe was leaning against a leg of the table. The table was the color of maple syrup, and it filled the room and left little space for us to move. It didn’t help that there were so many of us.
#2 Lieutenant paramedic Anthony Dattilo was working on his meatloaf when his cell phone rang. It was Taisha Robinson, a lieutenant at Station 58 in Canarsie in Southeast Brooklyn. She told him that they had an MOS who needed help.
#3 I was dispatched to help a member of service at Station 40, which is a twenty-minute drive from Bay Parkway and Eighty-Sixth Street. I figured I’d make it in ten minutes. I recognized the buildings, and it turned out that it was Joe, a recently retired lieutenant EMT who’d spent fourteen years at Station 38, next door to Kings County Hospital.
#4 Joe was a great lieutenant, and I enjoyed working under him. He allowed me to do my job, and if I screwed up, he didn’t yell or embarrass me in front of people. He quietly talked to me afterward and helped me learn.
- IRB; July 2022
- ISBN: 9798822547926
- Title: Summary of Anthony Almojera’s Riding the Lightning
- Author: IRB Media
- Imprint: IRB Media
- Language: English
- Number of Pages: 73