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https://plus.google.com/104391626888091939865 Franko Alvarez : (First two pictures are kids drawings at the site Antonio was murdered) Enough is enough Police in Pasco...
(First two pictures are kids drawings at the site Antonio was murdered)
Enough is enough Police in Pasco, Washington, murdered Antonio Zambrano-Montes, an orchard worker originally from Mexico, in cold blood on February 10. A cell phone video clip shows the cops chasing down an unarmed Antonio, and when he stops and turns around, put his arms half way up, the three cops murder him in unison with a storm of bullets. This video has over 1.8 million views on YouTube as of today. (See “In the Streets vs. the Police Murder of Antonio Zambrano-Montes” for more on the murder.) People immediately took to the streets after he was murdered, with rallies and protests being called for every weekend, including next Saturday, February 28. There is also a daily presence outside Pasco City Hall organized by Tri-Cities Occupy. A man at one of these rallies said, “When three cops all do the same thing, it’s obvious that’s what they were trained to do!”

A group of revolutionaries, along with family members of loved ones lost to police murder, traveled to Pasco for a rally on February 21. We were welcomed with open arms and people opened their homes to us and wanted us there, appreciating that we traveled so far and helped them to not feel isolated and alone.

Pasco is an agricultural community of almost 70,000 in the “Tri-Cities” area of eastern Washington. The majority of the population is Latino, with most of the people, who work almost every day, facing deep exploitation and intense physical labor where they are often injured. We heard stories of immigrants who had been threatened to be fired for reporting injuries while their white US co-workers would receive very different medical treatment for the same injuries. A young woman we met works two jobs, 7 days a week and goes to high school online.

According to his aunt, Antonio was a very hard worker who himself had an accident at work where both of his arms had been broken and had screws in them. He had been making about $800 week but after his accident the company gave him $80 a month. In the video you can see that he is only able to put his arms up slightly. People told us over and over again that police could have handled this situation without killing Antonio.

A lot of the people, including the youth, are harassed by the police on a daily basis, many of them saying that they have been pulled over by the police for no reason at all. There is one small Washington Sate University extension in he Tri-Cities but most of those growing up there don't have plans for college or university. Their future is about working in the fields or food processing plants.

We heard stories of cops pulling guns on people just sitting in cars or assisting disabled people at work. Some describe the cops as being “trigger happy”. One woman told us that while handcuffed in the backseat of the police car a cop maced her right in the face, and another time “He (a cop) grabbed me by the vagina. We have to stand up for ourselves, nothing is gonna change unless we stand up for ourselves, it's not." She works at a food processing plant chopping the tops and bottoms off onions all day long, “Everyone who works there is on work release or immigrants or old and nobody else wants to hire them. They get paid $10.25 an hour. One time the sewer flooded and they told us it was fine and to keep working. They don't give our breaks on time. My throat hurts, my back hurts.” She tells people to stand up and speak out against police brutality, but people are scared, especially of deportation. A young woman whose dad has been deported, said that at a May Day rally cops threatened to deport people if they didn't stop marching, and brought out huge police buses. She said her dad received horrific treatment at an immigrant detention center, only getting fed stale bread once a day, and that he told her that two other immigrants were shot for trying to bring food in.

So this gives you a sense of what life is like in this area for people. There is a very strong feeling that what happened to Antonio could happen to anybody, that it could be their parents, their kids, their brothers and their sisters. In this light, it is very significant that a section of people here, mainly young people, have overcome being scared and have begun to find their voices, to speak out, taking the streets, blocking intersections, and even shutting down a major bridge. They are refusing to put up with this anymore, and this has begun to get connected up with the April 14 shut down, with a bit of a buzz about it going on in town. One person said that they think that everyone would want to do business as usual but they wouldn't know how to do it. Another person said we have to stop business as usual, shut down the whole city, and we are a big part of this economy. He also said the body cams aren't doing a damn thing.

We are told that the police give out stickers to kids at the schools but the kids are no longer taking them, because they don't trust police. A college student who came in from a neighboring town said, “The system is based off of the oppression of us, Black and Latinos. Without oppressing us, their system doesn't work.”

People spoke bitterness at the rally on Saturday, February 21. People really appreciated it when a statement was read from Uncle Bobby, the uncle of Oscar Grant, who was killed 2009 by transit police in Oakland. There was a woman holding a poster with an enlarged photo of her husband who had been killed by the Pasco police, and their four children standing their with her, without their father.

Joey Johnson (JJ), SMIN activist and long time revolutionary, spoke about why he and a crew of folks
from Oakland came up to Pasco to stand with the people. And he talked about how millions of people around the world have seen the video of the Pasco police’s heinous murder of Antonio Zambrano-Montes. How Antonio only had rocks, and clearly he was not thinking rationally, and how he needed mental health care, but instead the system sent the assassins. And that THREE cops pulled their guns and pumped bullets into Antonio’s body! And JJ talked about the crossroads the movement against police murder is at nationally, with the system trying to rule the rising of the people all over the country over last fall and winter “Out of Order!” and shove the genie of the mass's resistance back into the bottle. Also about the importance of April 14th to re-seizing the initiative and shutting down the business as usual of police murder. And JJ talked about how we need revolution to really get at the root of all this madness and bring into be a new society, where this police murder and all the other outrages of this system are a thing of the past.

In the march following the rally we went through the neighborhoods, calling people out of their houses and into the streets. People did die-ins at the different intersections. As dusk approached, young people came out, including kids on bikes and skateboards, and we headed towards the big bridge with the setting sun lighting it's white towers. We were chanting loud as we marched onto it, a large suspension bridge that crosses the Columbia River and links Pasco to Kenniwick. Chanting “Que queremos? Justicia!! Quando? Ahora!! What do we want? Justice? When do we want it? Now!! Antonio did not have to die, we all know the reason why, the whole system is guilty! Indict, convict, send the killer cop to jail, the whole damn system is guilty as hell! Cual is el problema? El systema, El systema! Cual is la solucion? Revolucion! Revolucion! We also did some beautiful chants that captured the imagination about April 14, saying Pasco, shut it down! Seattle shut it done! LA! Shut It Down! Detention Centers! Shut it down!" And on the bridge were all ages, including whole families with two or three little kids with their parents. Little shorties carrying signs. There were Stolen Lives banners and a bunch of United Farm Workers flags. There were also some very cool white proletariat people who came out who hate they way Blacks and Latinos are treated. New leaders from the masses were stepping up to help organize and lead things. The march was a very, very bold thing to do, and obviously something that drew impetus from the fall and winter upsurge in the rest of the country. Taking the march to the bridge really captured the young people's edge and imagination.

During this day there was some racist words from a few passers by, and an incident where the cops tried to insult and intimidate the revolutionaries for doing agitation on a street corner before the march, but overall the cops had a hands off approach on the march. They want to sweep this under the rug, and there is some sense, that possibly comes from national government and police leadership, that if they hit back too hard, it will just bring more attention to this question.

The question of where all this will go is still being posed and struggled over. Will people's outrage get repressed or sucked into some dead end reform, or will people get organized to stand up on April 14 to stop business as usual and many more getting into the movement for revolution that could end police murder and all the horrible conditions that people face here and around the world.

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The Rungrado May Day Stadium in North Korea is the largest stadium in the world to have ever hosted a football match. With its capacity of 150,000, it holds more capacity than any other football stadium in the world. It is the stadium that hosts all of the North Korean football team's matches.
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https://plus.google.com/102493091088040247569 Teruyo Uematsu-Toikka : (First two pictures are kids drawings at the site Antonio was murdered) Enough is enough Police in ...
(First two pictures are kids drawings at the site Antonio was murdered)

Enough is enough Police in Pasco, Washington, murdered Antonio Zambrano-Montes, an orchard worker originally from Mexico, in cold blood on February 10. A cell phone video clip shows the cops chasing down an unarmed Antonio, and when he stops and turns around, put his arms half way up, the three cops murder him in unison with a storm of bullets. This video has over 1.8 million views on YouTube as of today. (See “In the Streets vs. the Police Murder of Antonio Zambrano-Montes” for more on the murder.) People immediately took to the streets after he was murdered, with rallies and protests being called for every weekend, including next Saturday, February 28. There is also a daily presence outside Pasco City Hall organized by Tri-Cities Occupy. A man at one of these rallies said, “When three cops all do the same thing, it’s obvious that’s what they were trained to do!”

A group of revolutionaries, along with family members of loved ones lost to police murder, traveled to Pasco for a rally on February 21. We were welcomed with open arms and people opened their homes to us and wanted us there, appreciating that we traveled so far and helped them to not feel isolated and alone.

Pasco is an agricultural community of almost 70,000 in the “Tri-Cities” area of eastern Washington. The majority of the population is Latino, with most of the people, who work almost every day, facing deep exploitation and intense physical labor where they are often injured. We heard stories of immigrants who had been threatened to be fired for reporting injuries while their white US co-workers would receive very different medical treatment for the same injuries. A young woman we met works two jobs, 7 days a week and goes to high school online.

According to his aunt, Antonio was a very hard worker who himself had an accident at work where both of his arms had been broken and had screws in them. He had been making about $800 week but after his accident the company gave him $80 a month. In the video you can see that he is only able to put his arms up slightly. People told us over and over again that police could have handled this situation without killing Antonio.

A lot of the people, including the youth, are harassed by the police on a daily basis, many of them saying that they have been pulled over by the police for no reason at all. There is one small Washington Sate University extension in he Tri-Cities but most of those growing up there don't have plans for college or university. Their future is about working in the fields or food processing plants.

We heard stories of cops pulling guns on people just sitting in cars or assisting disabled people at work. Some describe the cops as being “trigger happy”. One woman told us that while handcuffed in the backseat of the police car a cop maced her right in the face, and another time “He (a cop) grabbed me by the vagina. We have to stand up for ourselves, nothing is gonna change unless we stand up for ourselves, it's not." She works at a food processing plant chopping the tops and bottoms off onions all day long, “Everyone who works there is on work release or immigrants or old and nobody else wants to hire them. They get paid $10.25 an hour. One time the sewer flooded and they told us it was fine and to keep working. They don't give our breaks on time. My throat hurts, my back hurts.” She tells people to stand up and speak out against police brutality, but people are scared, especially of deportation. A young woman whose dad has been deported, said that at a May Day rally cops threatened to deport people if they didn't stop marching, and brought out huge police buses. She said her dad received horrific treatment at an immigrant detention center, only getting fed stale bread once a day, and that he told her that two other immigrants were shot for trying to bring food in.

So this gives you a sense of what life is like in this area for people. There is a very strong feeling that what happened to Antonio could happen to anybody, that it could be their parents, their kids, their brothers and their sisters. In this light, it is very significant that a section of people here, mainly young people, have overcome being scared and have begun to find their voices, to speak out, taking the streets, blocking intersections, and even shutting down a major bridge. They are refusing to put up with this anymore, and this has begun to get connected up with the April 14 shut down, with a bit of a buzz about it going on in town. One person said that they think that everyone would want to do business as usual but they wouldn't know how to do it. Another person said we have to stop business as usual, shut down the whole city, and we are a big part of this economy. He also said the body cams aren't doing a damn thing.

We are told that the police give out stickers to kids at the schools but the kids are no longer taking them, because they don't trust police. A college student who came in from a neighboring town said, “The system is based off of the oppression of us, Black and Latinos. Without oppressing us, their system doesn't work.”

People spoke bitterness at the rally on Saturday, February 21. People really appreciated it when a statement was read from Uncle Bobby, the uncle of Oscar Grant, who was killed 2009 by transit police in Oakland. There was a woman holding a poster with an enlarged photo of her husband who had been killed by the Pasco police, and their four children standing their with her, without their father.

Joey Johnson (JJ), SMIN activist and long time revolutionary, spoke about why he and a crew of folks
from Oakland came up to Pasco to stand with the people. And he talked about how millions of people around the world have seen the video of the Pasco police’s heinous murder of Antonio Zambrano-Montes. How Antonio only had rocks, and clearly he was not thinking rationally, and how he needed mental health care, but instead the system sent the assassins. And that THREE cops pulled their guns and pumped bullets into Antonio’s body! And JJ talked about the crossroads the movement against police murder is at nationally, with the system trying to rule the rising of the people all over the country over last fall and winter “Out of Order!” and shove the genie of the mass's resistance back into the bottle. Also about the importance of April 14th to re-seizing the initiative and shutting down the business as usual of police murder. And JJ talked about how we need revolution to really get at the root of all this madness and bring into be a new society, where this police murder and all the other outrages of this system are a thing of the past.

In the march following the rally we went through the neighborhoods, calling people out of their houses and into the streets. People did die-ins at the different intersections. As dusk approached, young people came out, including kids on bikes and skateboards, and we headed towards the big bridge with the setting sun lighting it's white towers. We were chanting loud as we marched onto it, a large suspension bridge that crosses the Columbia River and links Pasco to Kenniwick. Chanting “Que queremos? Justicia!! Quando? Ahora!! What do we want? Justice? When do we want it? Now!! Antonio did not have to die, we all know the reason why, the whole system is guilty! Indict, convict, send the killer cop to jail, the whole damn system is guilty as hell! Cual is el problema? El systema, El systema! Cual is la solucion? Revolucion! Revolucion! We also did some beautiful chants that captured the imagination about April 14, saying Pasco, shut it down! Seattle shut it done! LA! Shut It Down! Detention Centers! Shut it down!" And on the bridge were all ages, including whole families with two or three little kids with their parents. Little shorties carrying signs. There were Stolen Lives banners and a bunch of United Farm Workers flags. There were also some very cool white proletariat people who came out who hate they way Blacks and Latinos are treated. New leaders from the masses were stepping up to help organize and lead things. The march was a very, very bold thing to do, and obviously something that drew impetus from the fall and winter upsurge in the rest of the country. Taking the march to the bridge really captured the young people's edge and imagination.

During this day there was some racist words from a few passers by, and an incident where the cops tried to insult and intimidate the revolutionaries for doing agitation on a street corner before the march, but overall the cops had a hands off approach on the march. They want to sweep this under the rug, and there is some sense, that possibly comes from national government and police leadership, that if they hit back too hard, it will just bring more attention to this question.

The question of where all this will go is still being posed and struggled over. Will people's outrage get repressed or sucked into some dead end reform, or will people get organized to stand up on April 14 to stop business as usual and many more getting into the movement for revolution that could end police murder and all the horrible conditions that people face here and around the world.

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https://plus.google.com/108301895366160941765 Jonathan Morgan : It was another beautiful day at the beach. And I couldn't help but notice this young couple taking advantage...
It was another beautiful day at the beach. And I couldn't help but notice this young couple taking advantage of the spectacular day. It was a warm May day at Virginia Beach. The sand was hot and the best way to enjoy this hot day was under a beach umbrella sipping a cool beverage. I had my sun screen, drawing pad as well as some colored pencils. Had to get this couple on a sketch. Hope you enjoy.
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https://plus.google.com/108301895366160941765 Jonathan Morgan : It was another beautiful day at the beach. And I couldn't help but notice this young couple taking advantage...
It was another beautiful day at the beach. And I couldn't help but notice this young couple taking advantage of the spectacular day. It was a warm May day at Virginia Beach. The sand was hot and the best way to enjoy this hot day was under a beach umbrella sipping a cool beverage. I had my sun screen, drawing pad as well as some colored pencils. Had to get this couple on a sketch. Hope you enjoy.
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https://plus.google.com/104016740998701528351 Louette Kok : This is amazing! Last night I was told that the truck to help my mom move is no longer available today...
This is amazing! Last night I was told that the truck to help my mom move is no longer available today! This morning at 10::30 I have a 8 tn truck willing to take my mom's whole house hold and move it for under R6000! I was so desperate this morning I did not know where to go or start. I went back home and decided to dance and worship my God. The Living God. I gave Him the problems I could not even begin to know how to solve. And after about 40 min Felt like I can go out now and find the much needed help..  Before I left I opened my Bible Jona 2:7-9 " When I felt my life slipping away, the, O Lord, I prayed to you, and in your Holy temple you heard me.
Those who worship worthless idols have abandoned their loyalty to you. But I will sing PRAISES to YOU;  I will offer you a sacrifice and do what I have promised. SALVATION COMES FROM THE LORD!
Then the Lord ordered the fish to spew Jonah out on the beach and it did!  GNB
So when I did what I promised _ To worship Him always even when things went beyond my planning and control _ He pulled  me out off the trap of misery and brought day light back to may day!
I serve The one and Only God! El Shadai!
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https://plus.google.com/102270799208068304548 shandy Jo : {Mini Podio Review} The May Day Murders by Scott Wittenburg The May Day Murders by Scott Wittenburg ...
{Mini Podio Review} The May Day Murders by Scott Wittenburg
The May Day Murders by Scott Wittenburg How I got it: downloaded free from Podiobooks The autumnal tranquility of Smithtown, Ohio is shattered when Dr. David Bradley arrives home to find that his wife has been raped and murdered by an intruder who has left ...
{Mini Podio Review} The May Day Murders by Scott Wittenburg
The May Day Murders by Scott Wittenburg How I got it: downloaded free from Podiobooks The autumnal tranquility of Smithtown, Ohio is shattered when Dr. David Bradley arrives home to find that his wife has been raped and murde...
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https://plus.google.com/103253431122146898043 abbas hafiz : morning its a morning thanks GOD i woke  up new day new rise new smile old face eye blinks heart beats...
morning
its a morning thanks GOD i woke  up new day new rise new smile old face eye blinks heart beats something missing don,t know I but i think it is your face whenever I saw you in the morning  I bloom up you are good enough like smiley face may day pass with in...
morning
its a morning thanks GOD i woke  up new day new rise new smile old face eye blinks heart beats something missing don,t know I but i think it is your face whenever I saw you in the morning  I bloom up you are goo...
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https://plus.google.com/100572185776317214698 Kri Genius : IT'S ME AGAIN... KRI AGAIN... REMEMBER??? NOVEMBER??? HOW ABOUT YOU, DECEMBER??? OR WHAT ABOUT,...
IT'S ME AGAIN...

KRI AGAIN...

REMEMBER???

NOVEMBER???

HOW ABOUT YOU, DECEMBER???

OR WHAT ABOUT, YOU, MY SPECIAL OCTOBER???

JULY, ANY ANSWERS???

YEA, IT'S MAY DAY, TODAY...


SO FOLLOW JUNE, TO THE MOON...

AND MARCH, WITH ME TO JANUARY...

REMEMBER???

LMAO!!!

I'M SO FRESH, HUH GUYS???

;)
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Contemporary Abstract Still Life Art Painting "May Day" by Santa Fe Artist Annie O'Brien Gonzales. 24"x20" Mixed Media on Canvas/Available Click HERE for more info. To view more of my work, visit http://www.annieobriengonzales.com. Click HERE for Annie O'Brien Gonzales Workshop Dates!
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Police kettling lawsuit gets go-ahead from Quebec judge – Montreal – CBC News

A Quebec judge has approved eight class-action lawsuits against the City of Montreal connected with police kettling practices. Crowd control: What is kettling? 518 arrests in Montreal after kettling incident The lawsuits allege protesters were mistreated and that their rights were violated during eight separate incidents of police kettling. The incidents identified in the lawsuit happened at six protests between 2012 and 2014. Kettling is a practice used by police officers to surround groups of demonstrators. Julien Villeneuve has lived through the experience of kettling more than a few times. Villeneuve is the Maisonneuve College philosophy professor known as Anarchopanda — the unofficial, panda-headed mascot of the student protests.  He recalled how police surrounded demonstrators during a May Day protest last year.  “We were all squeezed in against each other. Some people were hit inside the kettle and afterwards we were tie-wrapped,” Villeneuve said.  After waiting for several hours, Villeneuve said he was ticketed. Sibel Atagul, the lawyer handling the class action lawsuit on behalf of the protesters, said many people were issued tickets similar to traffic tickets in kettling incidents. She said protesters believe police actions were heavy-handed. “In some cases, they allege they were held for hours, and they were not allowed to go to the bathroom, and they were filmed and held, so it’s a very particular situation,” said Atagul. She said proving the allegations will be a lengthy and uphill battle. The City of Montreal objected to the class-action lawsuits, arguing the allegations were not serious enough to warrant legal action but, in the end, a Superior Court judge gave the green light for the suit to go ahead.  Some 1,600 protesters are expected to join the class-action suits, claiming damages totalling more than $21 million.The post Police kettling lawsuit gets go-ahead from Quebec judge – Montreal – CBC News appeared first on Montreal News.
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A Quebec judge has approved eight class-action lawsuits against the City of Montreal connected with police kettling practices. Crowd control: What is kettling?
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Happy Labor Day 2015 | International Workers' Day HD Wallpapers
Happy Labour Day 2015 | International Workers' Day HD Wallpapers -  International Labour Day is known by many names such as May Day, International Workers Day. Labour Day is celebrated all over the world to promote and motivate the workers all over the worl...
Happy Labor Day 2015 | International Workers' Day HD Wallpapers
Happy Labour Day 2015 | International Workers' Day HD Wallpapers - International Labour Day is known by many names such as May Day, International Workers Day. Labour Day is celebrated all over the world to promote and motivat...
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Saint of the Day :--
St. Walburga
Walburga was born in Devonshire, England of a family of the local aristocracy. She was the daughter of St. Richard the Pilgrim, one of the under-kings of the West Saxons, and of Winna, sister of St. Boniface, Apostle of Germany, and had two brothers, St. Willibald and St. Winibald. Saint Richard is buried in the Basilica of San Frediano, Lucca, where he died on pilgrimage in 722. Saint Richard is also known as Richard the Saxon Pilgrim, of Droitwich.
Walburga's feast day is on 25 February, but the day of her canonization, 1 May (possibly in AD 870), was also celebrated during the high medieval period, especially in the 11th century under Anno II, Archbishop of Cologne, so that Walpurgis Night is the eve of May Day, celebrated in continental folklore with dancing.
At Eichstätt, her bones were placed in a rocky niche, which allegedly began to exude a miraculously therapeutic oil, which drew pilgrims to her shrine.

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Contemporary Abstract Still Life Art Painting "May Day" by Santa Fe Artist Annie O'Brien Gonzales
24"x20" Mixed Media on Canvas/Available Click HERE for more info. To view more of my work, visit http://www.annieobriengonzales.com Click HERE for Annie O'Brien Gonzales Workshop Dates!!
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https://plus.google.com/105603217932449916464 777antzon : 20% of Germans want revolution, majority say democracy 'isn't real' - study Published time: February...
20% of Germans want revolution, majority say democracy 'isn't real' - study
Published time: February 24, 2015 09:32 Edited time: February 24, 2015 11:24 Get short URL Protesters take part in the 'Revolutionary' May Day demonstration on May 1, 2014 in Berlin. (AFP Photo / Odd Andersen) 2.9K 744 48 Tags Germany , Politics , Protest T...
20% of Germans want revolution, majority say democracy 'isn't real' - study

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https://plus.google.com/113698390257875752729 John Alston : Calling the May-Day and Self Rescue Training
Calling the May-Day and Self Rescue Training
Watch the video: Calling the May-Day and Mask Confidence-Self Rescue Training
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This video shows how important communication is between firefighters operating in the same vicinity. This drill was to teach firefighters how to self rescue themselves from entanglement and also how to transmit a "May-Day" The importance of teamwork cannot be over-emphasized. #fireofficertrust @j_alston
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