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Old 09-12-2011, 12:18 AM   #1
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Once again we save the day.

Just another day in the life of a painter.

Prep, Prime, Save Life, Paint, Drink Beer. ( all before 4:00 P.M)

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The pilot who crashed a light plane into a home near Santa Monica Airport on Monday was a student flier on a solo flight, Santa Monica fire officials said. Authorities told KTLA that the man, about 25 to 35 years old, clipped a fence and a garage before crash-landing up against a house. The pilot's leg was broken in the crash, which occurred at about 2:30 p.m. at 21st Street and Navy Avenue.
A painter working on the home was hit by flying debris from the Cessna, said Lauralee Ash, a Santa Monica police spokeswoman.
A second painter suffered symptoms of aircraft fuel inhalation and was treated at the scene.
The painting crew pulled the pilot from the wreckage, Ash said.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash.
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ok ill bite ........was that you guys ?
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Nope.
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If so he was a long way from home.

2 summers ago I had a guy spraying apartments for me. While he was leaving a unit a woman runs up to him hysterical asking for help. He goes in her apartment and her 450 lb. chain smoking/oxygen tank roommate is face down wedged between the bed and the wall. She couldn't breathe apparently so Bryan grabbed one of her arms and rolled her over enough to get her some air while the paramedics were on the way. More traumatic for him than her
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If so he was a long way from home.

2 summers ago I had a guy spraying apartments for me. While he was leaving a unit a woman runs up to him hysterical asking for help. He goes in her apartment and her 450 lb. chain smoking/oxygen tank roommate is face down wedged between the bed and the wall. She couldn't breathe apparently so Bryan grabbed one of her arms and rolled her over enough to get her some air while the paramedics were on the way. More traumatic for him than her

Ewwww...Was she smoking with the oxygen on?
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I never saw her in person just heard about the incident from maintenance and my guy. That was my understanding though. I doubt she lived much longer.
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Gabe posted info about this like last week.

But, it's always good to see painters reflected in good light. We need positive media blowback whenever possible.
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It's funny I remember a couple of years ago another plane crashed in the backyard of a house in South Windsor CT, we were painting at a house nearby.

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It's funny I remember a couple of years ago another plane crashed in the backyard of a house in South Windsor CT, we were painting at a house nearby.
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