Safety Came First
A firefighter approached Dave. He informed Dave that his coworkers were not eager to fall. They lacked prior experience in this area and didn’t want to endanger their soldiers’ safety. Dave was informed that they would have to wait for a specialist. Dave disagreed with this conclusion. He argued that they should not wait and send another team. He believed that the situation was too urgent and that they needed to act quickly.
Dave was determined to find a way to get his team down the drain. He suggested that they use a tactical team to go down the drain. His team was well-trained and experienced in this type of situation. He argued that they could handle the situation and that it was the best option. His team was willing to take the risk and go down the drain. Because he felt so strongly about taking action, Dave suddenly found himself going against all common sense and taking matters into his own hands.