A woman who missed the last bus for the night wasn’t going to be left stranded. No friggin way. She jumped into an ambulance, that had been left running outside a hospital while the driver attended a patient, and took off. Of course she didn’t get far, of course she had a suspended driver license, of course she was from Ohio (home of friggin Bearman).
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Attention Londoners, when you ring the ambulance and say there is a “bird collapsed” can you be more specific? Because apparently, when the paramedics arrived at the scene and raced to the group of people gathered around the collapsed bird , they discovered it was a sick pigeon not a woman. The dispatcher had rightly assumed when the caller said “bird” he was using the slang for woman because an ambulance service is for humans, people!!!!
Yeah, OK, sure, a vehicle was blocking your car but did you really have to hop into it , start the engine and attempt to move it? Hello Warren Melamed, didn’t you notice it was a friggin ambulance and they were actually loading a patient into it at the time? He later told police he was mad because the ambulance had blocked him in. Boo friggin hoo. Oh yeah, it was in Tennessee.
The last thing you would expect as you lay unconscious and strapped to a stretcher in the back of an ambulance is to be raped by a paramedic right? Well that is what allegedly happened to a woman on Christmas Day after she fell over at a party and suffered a concussion. During the ride to the Yale-New Haven Hospital she came to and found a man on top of her but she couldn’t move because she was strapped down. The 49 year old paramedic was the only one other than the 22 year old woman in the back of the ambulance at the time and he has been placed on administrative leave until lab results and interviews have been completed.
Psst If the allegations are true I wonder how many times he has done it before?
OK people, one more time, 000, 999 and 911 are for “human” emergencies ONLY. British ambulance officers were stunned when they raced to an emergency call to save a “five year old” in cardiac arrest, only to discover the patient was a friggin cat. OK, sure, a much loved cat, but a friggin cat. The dispatcher received the call from a distressed couple who were begging for someone to revive their 5 year old. Not only was an ambulance called but also a rapid reponse car. When they arrived they found the couple in tears cradling their moggy (which later died). One of the paramedics was heard muttering “I’ve gone to some silly calls but nothing like this. I can’t understand why they didn’t try to call a vet.”
Never stand between a China man and a restaurant bill. A customer, who had a seizure at the Shifu Dumpling Express in Acland St, St Kilda, and his friend were handed the bill as the ill man was being loaded into an ambulance. Hello, someone had to foot the bill! In response the owner said “My opinion is that they ate in our restaurant, they have to pay”. Hmm, evidently the bill wasn’t even $30.