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Moron of the week
i bet she'd suck dick for mcnuggets
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Ill-fated rest stop retrieval
Crews pull man from Filer rest area toilet after he tried to retrieve his keys
By David Cooper
Times-News writer
You could call it a new version of "the road less traveled."

Filer emergency crews retrieved an unidentified Ada County man from a rest area toilet Thursday afternoon, after he climbed into a waste tank and became stuck.

The man was found just before noon by another driver that stopped at the U.S. Highway 30 rest area west of town, according to Filer Police Chief Cliff Johnson. Filer police responded to a 911 call, along with the Filer Fire Department, Filer Quick Response and a paramedic from St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center.

Johnson said the man, who asked police not to be identified, was unable to find his car keys after using the lavatory. Thinking his keys had fallen in the tank, the man removed a round plastic cover at the base of the toilet and climbed in to find them. Once inside he was unable to pull himself out, and waited until someone else arrived.

"He hadn't been there too long, only 10 or 15 minutes," Johnson said.

At least 10 emergency response personnel responded to the 911 call, according to Johnson and a dispatch supervisor at Southern Idaho Regional Communication Center.

Eventually the man was retrieved through an access hole used to pump the waste out of the tank.

"It took some lifting to get him out, and he had cut himself pretty good trying to get himself out," Johnson said.

The man was allowed to wash off with the fire truck hose at the scene, where he made another painful discovery.

"That's when he discovered the keys were still in his back pocket," Johnson said.

Both the SIRCOMM supervisor and Johnson said crews didn't ask the man for his name, which wasn't required since no charges or citation were issued.

"He didn't want to give it to us, and that was fine with us," said Taylor Hunsaker, a dispatch supervisor at SIRCOMM. "We didn't want to embarrass him any more than that."

"It was recommended that he seek some medical treatment and get himself cleaned up," Johnson said.
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Securb Wrote:The man was allowed to wash off with the fire truck hose at the scene, where he made another painful discovery.

"That's when he discovered the keys were still in his back pocket," Johnson said.

Yeah, not gonna lie to you, I would probably sit down and cry at that point in time.
...ignore your rights and they'll go away....
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Chef_Tony Wrote:Yeah, not gonna lie to you, I would probably sit down and cry at that point in time.

I'd like to think I'd have double or triple checked my pockets before I decided to jump into a vat of poo.
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Fact is, he's probably one of those sick fucks who climbed down in there for a sexual thrill and got caught.....where is Mongo anyways?
...ignore your rights and they'll go away....
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Securb Wrote:"He hadn't been there too long, only 10 or 15 minutes," Johnson said.

As the expression goes, everything is relative
There's no crying in baseball
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A man caught fire yesterday afternoon while removing a car's gas tank in Jessup, leaving himself with serious burns and causing a small brush fire that was quickly extinguished, authorities said.

The incident happened about 4:35 p.m. in the area of Route 175 and Sellner Road, in the Anne Arundel County section of Jessup, according to the county Fire Department. The 33-year-old man, whose name was not released, had been removing the gas tank when he walked away from the vehicle "to warm himself near a barrel that had a fire burning inside," the department said in a statement.

Firefighters believe that vapors from the gasoline ignited, causing the man's clothes to catch fire. The man dropped to the ground and rolled in an attempt to extinguish the fire and, in the process, set fire to brush and grass, authorities said.

A friend called 911 and then drove the victim to Baltimore Washington Medical Center. Firefighters went to the location and extinguished the small brush fire, and then received a call from the hospital notifying them of the burn victim.




The victim, who suffered critical burns over 40 percent of his body, was later transferred to the burn center at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, the Fire Department said.
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was the small brush fire in his pants?
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I just don't understand why people don't get the "gasoline + open flame" equation if you go through this thread it reappears time after time.
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Securb Wrote:I just don't understand why people don't get the "gasoline + open flame" equation if you go through this thread it reappears time after time.

I think it's the vapor concept that eludes them.
Will it blend? That is the question.
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