Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by BrownMeetPurple, Aug 2, 2012.
That is soooooo two weeks ago.
We've saved many more lives since then.
Oh well... tried... should I code it?
I saved at least 2 puppies and 1 cat today alone by not running them over.
"You Just saved my life. Let me shoot you an email of thanks soon as I can get to a computer" That's todays gratitude for you.
BZ here's $50, don't spend it all you have an OLCC coming for not coding your break properly while helping this woman.
He has to explain the gap time he spent saving her. No money on the BZ, just a paper attaboy.
He didn't notify his dispatcher of an "incident"....
He'll get an OLCC after the media buzz dies down for not using proper procedure to notify dispatch of an on road incident and placing his freight into a potentially hazardous situation - which was avoidable.
No good deed will go unpunished in Express....
If he'd followed procedure, the lady woukd have probably died. Stop,send message to dispatch, and watch car explode with helpless victim inside. The "important" thing would have been not to deviate from policy and procedure and ignore the obvious. Kind of explains the way the whole company operates, doesn't it? Play that fiddle while Rome burns around you.
Ain't that the truth!
Given the title would have loved seeing a clip of a courier sprinting away holding a "LIFE" board game.
Maybe the cereal too??...lol!
You Texas folks are whacked !!!
And there's a moral to this story....where??....lmao It comes from the heat.
It's a dry heat.
"If only it were" he said as he wiped the sweat away.
We wish it was a dry heat...lol I don't care where you are or where you are from, 108 is hot, dry heat or not!
I am originally from the Northeast but spent 4 years in Lubbock while in the Air Force. Whenever we went home and would fly back in to Dallas you could cut the humidity with a knife.
hey i thought Express guys were supposed to be clean-shaven with NO tattoos... I kid
BZ to the courier very brave of him
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