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The Adventures of Paulo and Sven in Studdsville **Episode 6** . After a long wait, here is EP 6 *Public Hazard* Reminder: Cheating will get you nowhere! . Its a busy day at Studdsville harbour. Containers are being lifted. A little further down the road, 2 men were busy pumping phosphorous acid. When all of a sudden a safety valve blew, covering both men in a mist of the acid. The man on the wagon fell off the train and landed on a platform, knocking him out. The other man shut down the pump on his tanker and yelled for help. The loading master pulled the alarm and called 911. SVFD Squad 17 with Paulo and Sven on board arrived first. The firefighters quickly put on SCBA and protective gloves and boot covers, and went to the man who fell from the wagon. While the others secured the Tanker truck. Sven and Paulo moved the other worker, who was panicing, to a safe place. FF Rabb: "Truck secure" Ladder 14 arrived a few minutes later, and its crews helped with the evacuation of the severly wounded worker. 2 members of Ladder 14 went up to the cargo crane to save the crane driver, who was locked in his cabin, after seeing the acid mist escape. Paulo and Sven calm down the other worker, and check him for injuries. The engineers check the other harbour personell for injuries. HazMat 1 arrives on scene. Followed by Rescue 6. Box-1 on scene, unloading more decontamination equipment to set up a decontamination area. HazMat crews start to spray the contaminated area with a base solution to neutralise the acid. The Wagon is also secured by the HazMat crews. At the decon area, the severly wounded worker is stabilesed and decontaminated. Then rushed to hospital in a HazTac Ambulance. The other worker is also being decontaminated and brought to hospital. After measurements the crane driver is taken from his cabin, and checked over, then released. Bruce also came on scene, overseeing the operation in SCBA. Bruce: Wow the inspection is not going to like this, pumping phosphorous acid without the needed safety precautions. Paulo: Yeah, shame that the guy on the wagon has to pay for it, his airway and lungs were burned pretty bad. Sven suddenly dives under the wagon "Guys I found something." Sven comes up, and his face turned intoa skull! Paulo: AAAAAAAAH!!! Its Alex W. coming to cheat my prizes away again!!! Mommy!! Sven pulls off the mask "Chill my friend, its only a mask. Paulo?" Bruce:I think you have to tell Paulo that when he wakes up bud, or is he dead? I can't tell... And so ends this episode. The 2 workers survived luckily. Paulo woke up several minutes later, to find that his prizes were still his. Sven bought Paulo a new set of underware (his old ones myseryously dissapeared at the harbour) Bruce was sent to EMT class, for some weird reason. And Alex W. was chased out of town by an angry mob with tortches and pitchforks for cheating his way through the miss Studdsville competition. Hope you enjoyed!

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