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Comment by Kyle stenson on February 6, 2009 at 1:44pm
Wow what can i say about that I don't know about the traffic laws about emergency appartus in the U.S.A. here in Saskewan Canada we have to traval the speed limit no matter what emergency it is. We have to so we don't come a emergency vic. our slefs wather it"s raining, snowing. foggy, we have to slow down. for our own safety we did'nt put them in that situation ,we have nothing to do with situation. We help by ariving safely. That's our job.

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