Road rescue ambulance | Help on the road in Ukraine (WARNING GRAPHIC)

Road rescue ambulance | Help on the road in Ukraine (WARNING GRAPHIC)

Road rescue ambulance | Help on the road in Ukraine (WARNING GRAPHIC) Road rescue ambulance | Help on the road in Russia Drivers and pedestrians, you must be careful on the ROAD, Once again look around , your care can save lives of people and animals. Remember that on the road have to cooperate rather than compete. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel SMOThree News https://www.youtube.com/c/SMOThreeNewsTV All our Police USA videos - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOLKj-ReWbc&index=1&list=PLW4vDuK4N0mpZtE2lWanQRIbK0j7RiXGp You can see on our channel all accident videos, Police high speed chase and shooting criminals, traffic cops in action, police chase dash cam and body cam pursuit. Police USA Russia and Ukraine brutality compilation, Cars Crashing At High Speeds, Car Crashes in USA, Car Crashes in Russia, all Accident Videos, even accident death real video, Police Chases and Shootouts and Police Chase Motorcycle, police car chase 2014 2015 2016, police USA shooting, us police chase, us police in action and brutality, policeman, police body camera video shooting and chase, police chase, police chase shooting, police chase dash cam 2015, Warning graphic, cops and robbers, cops usa on fire, cops chase motorcycles, cops shooting criminals

In Graphics: Hospital refuses to provide ambulance, 12-year-old dies on father's shoulder

In Graphics: Hospital refuses to provide ambulance, 12-year-old dies on father's shoulder

In a shocking incident, doctor’s apathy claimed the life of a 12-year-old in Kanpur, after the doctors of  Hallet Hospital (now known as Lala Lajpat Rai Hospital) refused to provide an ambulance and stretcher to the boy whose was suffering through high fever and diarrhoea For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: http://www.abplive.in & http://www.youtube.com/abpnewsTV

24seven graphics - Mason County Ambulance

24seven graphics - Mason County Ambulance

Full 3M printed and cut reflective graphics

John Madden Football '92 Ambulance Montage

John Madden Football '92 Ambulance Montage

*** EDIT 28/01/2011 *** Watch Madden '92 predict the result of Super Bowl XLV between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers First half: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdSnvqasIjM Second half: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QL9Dh8iAJJs *** EDIT 14/06/2010 *** EA used a snippet of this video in the Madden 11 segment of their E3 2010 keynote press conference! More to follow. This is something I've been meaning to do and upload onto YouTube for a while now. It is a few recorded clips of the ambulance from Madden 92 on the MegaDrive (or Genesis for US viewers) that comes on when a player is injured. However, due to some bad programming the players who are not injured do not move out of the way of the ambulance and are mowed down... but get up to continue playing. Nostalgic fun! *** EDIT *** 7th Oct 2008 *** EDIT *** I've added in annotations of the teams playing in this video. If anyone could help with the possible players I will add them in too. I have only put in the names of the teams as they are in the game, hence no Eagles, Packers or Giants noted to keep this in line with the original game.

Liberec ZZS Libereckého kraje RZP 112 | Liberec EMS ambulance 112 responding [CZ | 9.8.2016]

Liberec ZZS Libereckého kraje RZP 112 | Liberec EMS ambulance 112 responding [CZ | 9.8.2016]

Liberec Region Emergency Medical Services (Zdravotnická záchranná služba Libereckého kraje) ambulance 112 responding. Standard info: You can read more information about the "new" ambulances, their code 3 equipment, graphics and worker's opinions below. About the new units and what they replaced: This one is from the newest series of 2015 Mercedes Sprinter (high chassis)/ Fosan ambulances for the Liberec Region which went in service in early 2016. They replaced a whole bunch of Volkswagen T5, their mileage usually started at around 185,000 miles (300,000Km) up to 260,000 miles (420,000Km), one has 422,000 miles (680,000Km). Some are actually in the process of being sold, you can find a list of them (including the model year and mileage) here: http://www.zzslk.cz/sites/default/files/1467180006/vozidla_k_prodeji_cerven_2016.pdf and with pictures http://www.zzslk.cz/sites/default/files/1467181174/oceneni_vozidel_final.pdf Opinions on the new units: From what I've heard the workers seem to prefer the older units (Volkswagen Transporter). The Sprinters are a little bigger, a little more difficult to drive due to the size and high chassis, therefore slower and the suspension is just rubbish. The Sprinters offer more room though. Some regions replaced their VW T5's by Sprinters and most of the the workers (if not all) criticize the Sprinters suspension. About the code 3 equipment of the vehicles: The siren is a Whelen (I believe) Epsilon coming from 2 Whelen speakers which are mounted BEHIND the grill.. unfortunately. Speakers have to be mounted in front of the vehicle for the full efficiency. The lightbar is an unknown one. Similar used on other Liberec Region EMS ambulance as seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCgIhc-hR-I The mirror lights are unknown as well, not bright (compare them to the other small lights). The dash light is from Whelen. The grill and intersection lights, the lower and upper side lights in the rear and the 6 rear lights (altogether 14 lights) are all Whelen LINZ6. 4 rear lights are blue, the other 2 amber are used as turn signal and I assume as scene lighting. Unfortunately they continued to use battenburgs. They used to have some really cool and unique graphics before: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3H-c6J7qScs Unfortunately they didn't combine the older graphics with battenburgs. Other regions already did so. The battenburgs of the previous units looked a little cooler at least: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iK_fn8_CsQ Liberec, Liberecký kraj, Czech Republic, 8/9/2016.

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