2 experienced LA paramedics who happen to be entertainers break down real 911 calls with the people involved in the call. Whether they were the victim, caller, or responder, they break down the incident from both perspectives, for an insight to what an emergency call is really like for everyone involved. There's action, drama, & comedy, it's 100% real, unbelievable, & raw.
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We hop into the time machine & go back 23 years (that can't be right?) to our fire academy days when we were young whiipersnappers trying to get on the job. We give you all the tips it takes to prepare yourself, and we talk about how far the right at... more
For the first time ever, we have a PhD, & a Harvard grad on our show. Dr Chelsea Shover is an epidemiologist who headed the Covid 19 Vaccination program for LA county's unhoused population. That means more Skid Row stories. Plus we get into her journ... more
We talk about the trials and tribulations of the probationary year of a firefighter and how to survive it and thrive. Danny draws from his own experience as a rookie with the LAFD, as well as his time as a veteran firefighter who's seen a lot of rook... more
Currently in EMT School at El Camino, one of my last things to get done for the fire academy there, I can not express this enough, these podcasts they make are extremely informative. If you are interested in the fire service, dedicate some of your time into these episodes. Also keep up the amazing work fellas! Don’t put to much pressure on releasing episodes, take it one day at time I always say!✊🏼
I’m just getting into Fire/EMS and I’ve been looking for a quality podcast that really sheds light into the questions I have had about the profession. Every one that I found was either hard to listen to, had poor hosts, or fluffed their episode with pointless banter. more
Everyone who I introduce this show to says that it is one of the most entertaining and unique podcasts out there… And that’s saying a lot! Entertaining, informative, and fun!
It’s not another crime podcast & they don’t retell a story that you’ve already heard a hundred times. Listening to the experiences directly from victims, loved ones, and/or first responders involved in critical incidents leave me in awe. The intriguing and almost hour long episodes are perfect for when stuck in LA traffic and road trips!
I, like many, stumbled upon this podcast. I can safely say that it is now my favorite. Ben and Danny are fantastic hosts who know how to entertain and deeply impact your day. As a fellow EMS worker, it’s great to hear genuine stories from two empathetic individuals that have a ton of experience in the field. Truly a 10/10 podcast- give it a go, and you won’t regret it.
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!Please Remain Calm! launched 2 years ago and published 86 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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