In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ambulancia feminineby ambulance — en ambulancia
- Even in the ambulance and in hospital the medical teams were fighting all the way to bring him back.
- An additional phase of the new development could incorporate other emergency services such as ambulances and coastguard.
- He was rushed to Southend Hospital by ambulance where he received emergency surgery.
- One option would be to improve the response time of ambulances to emergency calls.
- I received the phone call, jumped into a taxi and followed the ambulance to the hospital.
- We observed ambulances heading to the hospital having to go very slowly through traffic.
- Otherwise if the ambulance service gets an emergency elsewhere they may not be able to go to it.
- They had arrived at the hospital shortly after both ambulances did.
- We assume all duties which are carried out by our ambulance service are emergencies.
- The authors concluded that unnecessary use of emergency ambulances would decline if alternatives were provided.
- The patient in the ambulance and a paramedic who was in the back of it were taken to hospital in a second ambulance.
- He was stretchered into an ambulance and taken to hospital where he will remain overnight.
- Six to seven emergency vehicles and four ambulances are also provided.
- They came within a matter of minutes and he went to get the twins to follow the ambulance to the hospital.
- An emergency room with no more beds will close to ambulances and divert them to another hospital.
- Within three minutes of the call there was an ambulance vehicle at the scene.
- The woman in the other vehicle had to be cut free from her vehicle and was flown to hospital in the air ambulance.
- Six ambulances removed the injured to hospital, while a number of people were treated at the scene for shock.
- What possesses them to trash an ambulance outside a hospital in broad daylight?
- She was taken to hospital in an ambulance suffering a broken neck but later died.
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