The Chemical Suicide PhenomenonBy Jacob Oreshan, III and Teresa Stevens Chemical suicides have plagued the United States since 2008, and continue to be on the rise. This method of suicide originated in Japan in 2007, where they have seen over 2000 such cases. Chemical suicide, or detergent suicide, involves mixing common household chemicals to create deadly hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas, which is lethal in contained areas. In 2008, first responders in the United States responded to 3 incidents;…See More
"-As an instructor in addition to being a firefighter, it has been my experience that a mentorship roll is more productive and more completely received and positively viewed as apposed to the "firm hand" approach. The firm hand guy is…"
Hey Jake! How's things? You assuredly do not remember me,but you taught Hazmat Tech to my probie class in Utica in 2006. I had heard you got promoted. Congratulations.....I don't know how long ago...but congrats anyway.
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