Q: How many P, F, H would you put in a city?
A:I would put a P and F every 5 miles and put a H every 10 miles.
Q: What kinds of designs for buildings would you use for the stations so they are more convenient for people?
A:I would leave them the way they are right now because they are working well with the designs they have.
Q: How close would you put the stations together? Would you put a P by a F? A F by a H? A H by a P?
A:I would put a police station by a fire station but the hospital should be 4 or 5 miles away from them so they don't disturb the patients.
Q:How big would you make the buildings?
A: P: should be 1 or 2 stories maximum. F: should be 1 or 2 stories. H: should be 5-6 stories maximum.
Q: Where (in the city) would you place the stations so they are most convenient to everyone? Edge? Middle?
A: I would put them mostly in the middle of the city because then they can get around faster.
Q: Approximately how much money would you budget to make the stations?
A: $1-2 million
Q: What problems do you think you will face while building your emergency services?
A: Building the buildings would be noisy and dusty. It can block the roads. We could go over budget.
Q: What would you do to prevent these problems?
A: I would plan ahead and make a list of problems and think of solutions for them so when you face the problems you will be ready.
Q: How would you fix the problems?
A: I would make a list of priorities of what to do then pick the most important one.
Q:How much transportation would you put in each station?
A: P- 1 car for every 100 people F- 1 truck for every 3-4 hundred people H- 2 ambulances
Q:Would you put any of the stations by a residential area?
A: Yes, because they could get to the people faster.
Q: Would you put any of the stations by an industrial area?
A: No, because they can't reach the residential area as fast and the residential area is where most of the people are.
Q: How many fire hydrants would you put on each block?
A: One. They don't need that many fire hydrants on a block because they have a long hose.
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