– An ill female complaining
of swelling in her foot and ankles. It’s a code 2 call so we won’t
be going lights and sirens. We’re just going to take our
time and get there safely. – Oh, traffic got
thick through here. – Easy. [inaudible] – There’s a horse and carriage. I’ve got to hit him
with the [inaudible].. – Don’t startle the horses. Are you serious, dude? The Infiniti is scared
to go past the horses. Not much horse experience. Probably the first horse they’ve
even seen outside of the zoo. Just let him out, dude. [quick siren bursts] – All right. Medic 56 arrived at scene. Hey, ma’am. All right. What have we got? – So this is Lynn. – All right. Sounds like something
we can help. – Thank you. – Take my hand. We’re heading right out there
to the gurney there, ma’am. – We’re going to have you sit
way up high by the crease. It will be the most
comfortable for you. – Tell me your
name again, ma’am. – Lynn.
– Hi, Lynn. I’m Bill. – Nice to meet you. – Sorry it’s under
these circumstances. It’s toasty in here. Let’s see if we can do
something about that. What are you looking at, Lynn? – Nothing. – Something going on there? – No. – No? – It’s that a comfortable
position for you? So this is taking
your blood pressure. Just relax your arm. Relax your other arm as well. Put your arm down. There you go. Tell me a little bit
more about this leg. – It just started ballooning. – Mind if I put my
hands on it there? – No.
That’s fine. – All right.
Let’s do that here. I’m going to feel
the good one first. Now let’s check
this one out here. It’s sensitive to
the touch, huh, Lynn? Ooh.
OK. Real sensitive. – Tennis fan, huh? – This morning you woke. – That’s perfect. I love it. I love guacamole. We’ll get you over
to the hospital. They’ll take a look at it
and then make an evaluation. OK?
– You’re awesome. Thank you. – You’re welcome, Lynn. Your mother is in the front seat
chatting it up with my partner. – So did you play tennis in
high school or college, Lynn? – Nice. I tried it for the first time
just a couple of years ago because my uncle played. I thought that I’d
be at least OK at it because I played
ping pong and I like to consider myself able-bodied. Man, I was whooped. – I was a ping-pong champion. – Is that right?
– Yeah. Cool. – Stingray. – That’s a beauty. – ’73. You’re a car lady there? – The man who’s in it,
he’s looking pretty proud of that whip himself. – You like Porsches? My dad’s got a ’69 912. – I like it. I like it. We’ve got something in common
besides this ambulance, huh? – ’73. – Nice call, Lynn. Someone owes her a soda. We have just arrived
at the hospital. – Absolutely, Lynn. Dealing with nice people
makes this job easy. All right. Let’s get you out of here. – I like that Lynn. You mentioned
something interesting I hadn’t heard before. You were checking
out her mentation