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In a medical emergency, Burke said he is capable and qualified to use hospital-style "crash cart" equipment on the bus, including an automatic defibrillator, laryngoscope, pulse, blood pressure and oxygen meters, and emergency medications.
Steve Sisolak, a member of the Clark County Commission who helped nix a 2009 venture featuring a rolling "stripper mobile" with scantily clad women gyrating on poles, said he could see no reason to oppose Burke’s Hangover Heaven bus.
"Give him credit for creativity and entrepreneurship," Sisolak said. "But you have to trust that he knows what he’s doing."
Word of mouth was already spreading. Passenger Cameron Byrd, a tourist from Raleigh, N.C., in Vegas for his 32nd birthday, marveled at his feeling of recovery.
"My friend just texted me and said, ‘I feel like death,’" Byrd said, before responding with a solution: "We’re on the hangover helper bus."
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