Jason Patton Asks: Are We First Responders or Last Responders?

Chuck is on duty in the firehouse, showing the crew a mole on his arm that has changed. Jason Patton of Fire Department Chronicles crashes through the wall to ask: Are you going to get that thing checked out? Chuck says, nah, I showed it to these guys. Jason reminds him that a subtle and persistent health change, like a mole that is changing shape, color, and size, could be a sign of cancer and is something that should get checked by a doctor.

1A Auto empowers you to do your own car repairs. Response Time Matters, while created for firefighters, can empower ANYONE to take control of their own health. Check it out. It could save a life (like your own).


1A Auto is proud to announce the launch of Response Time Matters, DetecTogether ’s health campaign for firefighters. As longtime supporters of DetecTogether’s education, we are honored to serve as the campaign’s Champion Sponsor, leading the coalition to reduce cancer death in the fire service.


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