In the event you find yourself in the back of an ambulance, here are some suggestions:
-No matter how many times you ask if you can drive, we won't let you.
-It's NOT ok to play with all the switches in the back.
-The phone mounted in the ambulance is not for you to use to call your friends and say "Hey, guess where I am right now!"
-Defibrillators hurt, even if it is just your leg, so don't make us mad.
-It is not necessary, as a bystander, to stand by the paramedics and yell, "Nothing to see here folks, move along!" as they are treating patients.
-It is unnecessary to use the phrases "10-4" and "Roger That" when talking in person to the paramedics.
-Paramedics do not think it's funny if you lie down in the gurney and zip yourself into a body bag. You won't think it's funny either when the zipper gets stuck.