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Jay E. Travis
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  • Kent, WA
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Lives in:
Cherry Hill Fire & Rescue
Volunteer Firefighter
Years of public service:
All My Life!
Top issues in your department:
Too many damn firefighter fatalities while responding to the call or returning to quarters- WEAR YOUR FRIGGIN SEAT BELT AND DON'T DRIVE LIKE A MANIAC. Yes we all want to be first on scene to the big one but killing your self to get there 15 seconds before the other unit is Stupid. Not wearing your seat belt because it takes an extra 5 seconds to get out of the truck is Stupid. Use your brain after all we are here to serve the community and you can't do that when your dead.

Last but not least....FF f*cking up+Camera phone+Youtube=Less respect for all of us who have answered this beautiful calling. Now more than ever we need to remember to always carry ourselves with respect and honor besides we never know who may be watching and who we may be encouraging to join us in the future.
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