Ambulance stories (Introduction)

I found this old Ambulance post from 2012 that nobody has ever viewed. To be honest, it isn’t that interesting, but 10 years on, it deserves a second try.

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It has been suggested, by family and friends, that I should add some stories of my experiences in the London Ambulance Service. These may be amusing or diverting to some, perhaps informative to others. I have added a new category for these tales, although they will also be categorised β€˜Nostalgia and Reflections, for obvious reasons.

As many of the subjects of these recollections will still be alive, as will many of their families, I shall be careful not to identify them too clearly. I will be changing real names, omitting surnames, and not including actual addresses. Please be assured, that no matter how fanciful or contrived these incidents may appear, they will all be 100% true, memory permitting.

In recent years, television programmes, both factual and fictional, have sought to portray the life of Ambulance Crews and Paramedics as exciting and vital. They are seen rushing from one emergency to…

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13 thoughts on “Ambulance stories (Introduction)

  1. That is a great way to sum it up. Of course you will have had to be professional at all times even when you personally have been going through a bed time. One should always remember that everyone is human!

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