Recent Examples of ambulance from the Web
Officials said some 20 federal agencies were working with local officials to provide everything from more ambulances to teams for debris removal.
On Monday morning, the Somalian information minister announced that 276 people had been killed; hours later, Abdikadir Abdirahman, director of Amin ambulances, said his service had confirmed 300 people had died.
Kids will be able to take a look inside the fire trucks and ambulances and participate in hands on activities.
Police and ambulances were on the scene within minutes of the blast, a testament to their experience at responding to violent attacks in London.
To this day, an ambulance siren symbolizes a precious life and brings a prayer to my lips for its occupant.
Most, if not all, of those ambulance runs involved Miami students, according to fire officials.
An ambulance took the man to Yale-New Haven Hospital; he was treated and on Saturday evening was released.
Police taking suspect into ambulance pic.twitter.com/PvExGJNnv3 — Amanda Foster WBTV (@AFosterWBTV) September 14, 2017 The officer who was struck suffered minor injuries.
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First Known Use: 1809See Words from the same year
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