Tag Archives: Ambulance

New seat belts designed to keep first responders, patients safe in ambulance crashes

CHICAGO (August 30, 2018) – A new seat belt designed to keep EMTs and Paramedics safe in the event of an ambulance crash will be rolled out this week, according to ABC News. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates nearly … Continue reading

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Woman Dies After Medics Falsely Assume She Cannot Afford Ambulance Ride

In a stunning and tragic case out of Florida, a new mother passed away after four medics allegedly told the woman she could not afford an ambulance ride. The woman, Crystle Galloway, had recently given birth to a son via … Continue reading

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Man that was Too Hot to Walk Home Steals Ambulance

An Arizona resident who was exiting the hospital after receiving help for health problems relating to the extreme heat outside allegedly stole an ambulance so that he would not have to walk home in the high temperature. When 37-year-old Todd … Continue reading

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Did UberX Reduce Ambulance Volume?

Leon S. Moskatel (Scripps Mercy) and David J.G. Slusky (University of Kansas) have an interesting paper that asks Did UberX Reduce Ambulance Volume? Worth downloading! ABSTRACT: Ambulances are a vital part of emergency medical services. However, they come in single,… … Continue reading

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Law students unite in Chasing Ambulance

Hello LegalEase fans and sporadic viewers – thought you might enjoy this poorly filmed youtube video which features a few law students embracing their inner-lawyer. Meaning: Ambulance chaser. "The Wayne State University Law School Student Board of Governors (SBG) will … Continue reading

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