How to avoid a $200,000 fire and injury at a local gas station
I bought two $300 orange coolants at the gas station in South Lake Tahoe last month.
But when I pulled out the coolant bleder valve and started to turn on the gas, my fingers and toes started to hurt.
I thought I’d gotten an oil leak in my ankle, but when I looked down I found the coolants were actually leaking oil from my ankles.
The coolant was hot, and I was burning up my legs, arms and neck.
I called a local emergency services team, but they didn’t have a place to take me.
They sent me to the emergency room.
I was told to get dressed and get a Band-Aid.
I went in, and the nurses took my pulse, asked me if I was OK, and told me that they’d be coming in and take me to a doctor.
They were trying to figure out what was going on with me.
The nurses put me on oxygen, and an ER doctor told me to come back a day later.
When I got back, I was in a big hospital bed with two big white sheets on the bed.
My leg was bleeding.
My legs hurt and my head was throbbing.
My blood pressure was way too high.
I had a cut to my eye and a small laceration.
My left hand had bled.
My foot had broken.
The hospital staff didn’t know what to do.
I could have gotten a lot worse.
I’d probably ended up in the emergency department for days.
The gas station is an average gas station, with the same size pump and the same number of outlets.
The pumps are not always in the same place, and a gas station can be very small.
But this one had a big pump in the back, and that caused a lot of trouble.
I walked into the back of the gas pump, and in the middle of the aisle there was an empty cooler.
I turned the cooler on and the coolers were gone.
The pump was on, and when I turned it off, the cooler was gone.
It was a really big mess.
I got out my cell phone and tried to call the store, but the operator wouldn’t pick up.
I tried to dial 911, but it was in the background.
So I went back to the gas pumps, and there was another coolant leak in the cooler, and it wasn’t even a coolant.
It’s an orange coolant that’s a really thin orange.
It burned my hands and my feet.
At the gas stations, people come in with dirty clothes, and they wash them.
But they don’t take the time to clean the coolantes.
I didn’t even take the first coolant cleaner out of the cooler.
I walked back to my car and tried calling the gas company, but I got no response.
I called a different store, and two hours later the same operator picked up and said, “You’re OK.”
I asked him what was wrong with my hands.
He said, I’ve got a burn to my hand.
I’ve had a lot burns to my hands since I was a little kid.
I don’t think I’ve ever had a burn like this before.
I can’t even think about the pain anymore.
I’m scared of what might happen if I go to the ER, and my legs are so swollen that I’m afraid I might fall.
I’m now calling a local hospital.
I need to talk to someone who knows how to handle this.