being a female firefighter

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Title: The New Candidate (Part 1.) 

Character(s): Patrick Sullivan and Ashley Wright (original female character)
Summary: Ashley Wright is a new candidate assigned to a Firehouse where she meets a certain firefighter who gives her a hard time. Being a female firefighter and a new candidate, Ashley deals with the adversities with her new career.  
Word Count: 1,254
Author’s Note: I have been itching to write this. I know I said I wasn’t going to write this until I was done with my previous stories, but I couldn’t wait. I needed this idea to come to life. Also, thanks to @magikat409 for allowing me to use her name! I watch a lot of Chicago Fire, so you may see many references from that TV show. (ie. the firehouse and the truck number lol.) Enjoy! 

(GIF Source: @mypapawinchester)

Ashley had just been assigned to a Firehouse in New York after passing the needed requirements to become a firefighter. Her friends and family all told her that it was impossible for a woman to get a job in this field of work, but she wanted to prove them wrong.

She had always wanted to help and save people. She could have become a police officer, a doctor, but something about running in a burning building interested her. She did like to live life on the edge.

Ashley was at the top of her class in the Fire Academy. She passed the written test with a perfect score and the physical ability test was an easy pass. She had always been so athletic.

When she received the letter in the mail for her placement at a Firehouse, she was beyond excited. She could barely sleep the night before her first shift.

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Guanajuato

Español
“Esta semana ser bombera me hizo feliz.”
“No hay muchas chicas en los bomberos, no?”
“No, somos 8 en total”
“Que te gusta mas sobre tu trabajo?”
“Cuando tenemos que apagar los grandes incendios, es realmente emocionante.”

English
“This week being a firefighter made me happy”
“There aren’t may female firefighters, no?
“No, we’re 8 in total”
“What do you like most about your job”
“When we have to put out the big fires, it’s really exciting.”

anonymous asked:

god forbid a show with an almost entire white male cast focuses more on a hispanic female firefighter i love dawson and i love being able to see a female firefighter(and a female paramedic) she's one of the best characters the show has and yeah i'd love to see more things on everyone but i dont hear anyone complaining about severide or casey so stop complaining about gabriella dawson