On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 7:19 AM Malcolm Arnold email@example.com [911telecon] <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hello,Yesterday, Thursday April 23, 2020, I was driving in Bayonne, NJ at 6:33pm. As I approached the Vincent R. Casciano Memorial Bridge, I saw the middle of a procession of at least 50 to possibly 100 or more ambulances from many different companies and department with the lights/sirens flashing driving in a long procession line across the Vincent R. Casciano Memorial Bridge from Bayonne to Newark. The procession was already going over the bridge as I drove up to and under the bridge. I saw the procession in the middle and my best estimate is that I personally saw about 70+ ambulances. It may have been as little as 50 but the procession took a couple of minutes at highway speeds. It was no less than 50.In Manhattan, we see show of force processions of police cars and SWAT vehicles and command vehicles all the time. They will park for hours in particular location and then drive from one place to another.But this procession was ONLY ambulances. No other First Responder type vehicles.What is important to keep in mind is that this bridge is a straight shot and very near by to the major docking facilities for the cruise ships and freight ships. That is less than 2 miles away.If this is of interest of further research, feel free to PM me.