There are few things which we enjoy more here (whilst at work) than watching lip-sync videos of our wonderful colleagues who, before their shift starts, take the time to bring together the ‘art’ of some wonderful choreography and some 1st class lip syncing.
Note how we have to add that this video was made BEFORE their shift started, just to appease anyone who will claim that these wonderful people ‘should be working’ (experience has taught us to add this important information).
Videos such as this one are great, because the general public get to see the ‘human’ side of the service whilst getting a rare glimpse of the bond that helps to maintain the morale of tightly-knit emergency services personnel.
As you will see from the visual spectacle below, these guys and girls have mastered the art of expressing themselves via the medium of dance.
I am sure that many of our readers, both from within the emergency services and from the general public, will agree that it is nice to see the human side of the men and women who dedicate their lives to helping & saving the lives of complete strangers.
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Great vid guys, started my career at Didcot station in 89 and worked with the most brilliant and supportive friends, finally transferred to Cornwall in 2001 and worked with equally fantastic people.
My conclusion, the worst of the people that you serve with in the ambulance service are better than most of the people you will encounter outside of it. You are all a great bunch of guys and I have had a blast for over 28 years. Stay safe and sane guys. And thanks for a brilliant career.
Chris Musson retired paramedic.