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[Dallas Fire Dept. Mobile Intensive Care Unit]

Description: Photograph of the right side of a white and yellow Dallas Fire Department Mobile Intensive Care Unit. The side of the ambulance reads, "Mobile Intensive Care Unit Dallas Fire Dept." A residential neighborhood and part of an apartment complex can be seen beyond some trees in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Fire Department Mobile Intensive Care Unit]

Description: Photograph of the right side of a white and yellow Dallas Fire Department Mobile Intensive Care Unit. The side of the ambulance reads, "Mobile Intensive Care Unit Dallas Fire Dept." There is a shadowy figure in the driver's seat. A residential neighborhood can be seen beyond some trees in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Chest Pains Call]

Description: Photograph of a Dallas Fire Department paramedic with a rolling, metal gurney in front of an ambulance. Beyond the gurney, on the left, is another paramedic, facing away from the camera. The back right door of the ambulance is open, and there is text above the back door that reads "Dallas 32." There are two labels on the back giving information about the photo.
Date: July 1991
Creator: Garcia, Carolyn S.
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Chest Pains Call]

Description: Photograph of two male Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedics in front of an ambulance, standing at either end of a metal gurney. The paramedic on the left (facing away from the camera) has light-colored hair and the other paramedic on the right (facing the camera) has short dark hair. In the background, a flat, concrete area, a grassy area with bushes and trees, and the back of a station wagon are visible.The ambulance's back door is open, and above the doors is text reading "Dallas 32." There is a label on the back of the photograph with the photo's title and date.
Date: July 1991
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Chest Pains Call]

Description: Photograph of a Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedic adjusting the straps on a metal gurney in front of an ambulance. Both of the ambulance's back doors are open, and text along the top of the ambulance reads, "Dallas 32." The interior of the ambulance is shadowed. There is a label on the back of the photograph with the photo's title and date.
Date: July 1991
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Paramedics Deliver a Baby]

Description: Photograph of a male Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedic lifting a metal, rolling gurney into the back of a white ambulance. The paramedic has short, dark hair and is wearing a light blue, short-sleeved, collared shirt with a "Dallas Fire Dept." patch on the left sleeve. The patient on the gurney is covered with a blue sheet (her left arm is slightly visible through a gap in the sheet) and held down by two straps. Inside the ambulance, there are transparent cabinets filled with small blue organizing bins, visible on the left wall, along with medical equipment. There is a label on the back of the photograph with the photo title and date.
Date: July 1991
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Paramedics at Major Accident]

Description: Photograph of two Dallas Fire-Rescue EMTs next to the hood of a vehicle. The female EMT on the left is writing on something against the car, while the EMT on the right is flipping through some papers. Three children can be seen between the two EMTs (two girls and one boy), and beyond the children, an African-America police officer stands watching. The car is parked on a dirt road next to a large grassy field. In the background, a residential neighborhood and a billboard for tax refunds are visible. There is a label on the back of the photograph with the photo's title and date.
Date: July 1991
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Paramedics at Major Accident]

Description: Photograph of a female Dallas Fire-Rescue EMT writing in a clipboard binder against the hood and front window of a vehicle. Her name tag reads, "Raysby." Behind her is a woman wearing a large t-shirt with a teddy bear on it, and on the other side of the woman is a little boy. The background, a large grassy field, is not in focus. There is a label on the photograph with the photo's title and date.
Date: July 1991
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Paramedics at Major Accident]

Description: Photograph of a male Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedic standing with two women (to his left) alongside a busy, multi-lane road. The woman on the far left is holding a piece of paper. Beyond them, a small car is parked at an angle on the shoulder of the busy road. In the background, several cars are driving by, and a tall, multi-story building with large glass windows is visible. There is a label on the back of the photograph with the photo's title and date.
Date: July 1991
Creator: Garcia, Carolyn S.
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Paramedics Deliver a Baby]

Description: Photograph of two male Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedics lifting a metal, rolling gurney into the back of a white ambulance. The paramedics are wearing light blue, short-sleeved, collared shirts and dark blue pants. Their faces are turned away from the camera and their torsos obscure most of the patient on the gurney. Inside the ambulance, there are transparent cabinets filled with small blue organizing bins, visible on the left wall. There is a label on the back of the photograph with the photo title and date.
Date: July 1991
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Paramedics at Major Accident]

Description: Photograph of two male Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedics inside an ambulance with a patient. The paramedics both have light brown hair and mustaches, and are wearing light blue, short-sleeve, collared shirts with navy pants. The patient is strapped to a gurney on the left, while one paramedic sits behind the patient (near their head) and the other sits on a cushioned bench to the right. On the back wall of the ambulance, there are transparent cabinets with labelled blue organizers, medical equipment, and a fire extinguisher. There are two labels on the back of the photograph: one with the photo's title and date, and the other identifying the photographer.
Date: July 1991
Creator: Garcia, Carolyn S.
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Morning News Reporter Interview Paramedics]

Description: Photograph of two Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedics (Parke Mainz and James Landers) in casual uniform standing with a reporter inside a dinghy white room. The reporter is holding a small notepad, pen, and electrical device. Behind them is an open, small white door (the interior of which is concealed by the men) and a large open doorway leading outside, where the brick exterior of the building is just barely visible. There is a window in the wall to their right. There are two labels on the back of the photograph giving information about the photo, including one that reads, "711 Paramedics Parke Mainz and James Landers talk with a Dallas Morning News Reporter.
Date: unknown
Creator: Garcia, Carolyn S.
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Paramedics at Major Accident]

Description: Photograph of a male Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedic and a male police officer standing with two women along the side of a major road. The woman on the left is holding some papers, and the police officer is holding a small notebook. Behind them is a small car with the front bumper dangling off. In the background are several lanes of road, a truck pulling a hitch, a tall, multi-story building, and a business area in the distant background. There is a label on the back of the photograph with the photo's title and date.
Date: July 1991
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Eighteen-Wheeler and Car Crash]

Description: Photograph of an 18-wheeler on the left side of a median (facing towards the camera) with a crushed, small, white car wedged underneath its left side. Four firefighters are standing in the road near the cab of the 18-wheeler; three men and a police officer are standing in the road alongside the small car; and a man and another police officer stand in the road, beside a tow truck and a police motorcycle. Cars are driving along both sides of the median (both sides driving towards the camera). In the background is an overpass, and, on the right side of the road, a large, yellow plumbing supply warehouse. The back end of a red fire engine is barely visible on the bottom left of the photograph.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum