To the editor:
After reading the story about the pigs and law enforcement encounter, I had memories of work experiences that take the cake.
While working as an EMT in Anderson County in the 1980s, I was asked by a little old lady to get her robe. It was upstairs in a back room in a box in a stuffed closet. She was saving it to wear to the hospital when needed. She wouldn’t get on the stretcher until she had her robe.
I complied with her wishes — good thing it wasn’t a true emergency.
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