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      10-21-2019, 08:30 PM   #108
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Originally Posted by OF Hero View Post
As a physician, if you're called in to work for a medical emergency and get flagged for speeding, what's the best course of action (after pulling over, of course)?
We actually tend to give doctors/nurses a pass a lot of the time, especially if you're in scrubs with your credentials present. Just inform the officer/deputy/highway patrolman that you were called in to deal with a medical situation. The likelihood that you will be sent on your way is high. In many ways we see doctors/nurses as our lifelines when shit hits the fan and we need emergency medical care (...traffic collisions, gun shot and/or knife wounds, etc.). We don't want to jam you up if we don't have to.
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