Ben Hay, counsel to the inquests, asked Mr Cumner: "Did anyone expressly ever say to you in those first eight minutes or so, "we've got very seriously critically injured people on the train, we need paramedics down there'?
What does 10-03 stand for?
10-03 stands for Need Paramedic (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
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- Negative (police code)
- Out of Service (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
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- In Hot Pursuit/Chase (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
- Attempting to Outrun Patrol Car (Alabama State Police radio code)
- Dog Call (Myrtle Beach Police Code)
- Negative (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Well, Beckham certainly didn't need paramedics to carry him off ?
Instead of needing only the inhaler, the child may need paramedics and a trip to the hospital after an attack hits.