Bulgaria: A Car with Illegal Migrants Crashed and One Person has Died
One illegal migrant died and more than ten others were injured after a car overturned in a ravine near the Aldomirovo swamp in the Dragoman region. The incident happened around midnight. According to initial information, an attempt was made to stop the car with the migrants by Border Police teams. However, the driver refused to obey and crashed in his attempt to escape.
Oropos mayor laments treatment of 69-year-old woman by private ambulance crew
The mayor of the East Attica town of Oropos has expressed regret over an incident concerning the treatment of a troubled 69-year-old resident by the crew of a private ambulance service working for the municipality, describing the incident "like something from the Middle Ages."
A donation from the United Arab Emirates: Ambulance vehicles delivered
The keys of the ambulance vehicles were handed over to the heads of health institutions by the director of the Republic Health Insurance Fund, Sanja Radojevi kodri, and the UAE Ambassador to Serbia, Mubarak Al Dhaheri, in the presence of the State Secretary of the Ministry of Health, Aleksandar Stefoski.
Young Man is in Coma after an Accident between Car and Ambulance on the Ring Road in Sofia
A 30-year-old man is in a coma after an accident on the Ring Road in Sofia.
The accident occurred shortly after midnight, involving a vehicle driven by the victim and an EMS-Montana ambulance.
The seriously injured driver of the car was admitted to the Military Medical Academy.
In Northwestern Bulgaria: A Woman Died while waiting 35 Minutes for an Ambulance
A woman from Vidin died while waiting for an ambulance, and according to her relatives, the emergency team arrived after 35 minutes, but it was already too late.
Nova TV reported the story this morning - the woman was leaving work, felt sick and fell to the ground. Her colleagues immediately called 112, but she never received help and died before their eyes.
New Slovenian donations to Ukraine
Slovenia has been a major donor to Ukraine since the start of Russia’s invasion and has recently donated ambulances and power equipment as part of a deliberate shift from military to non-military aid.
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Anne Heche in hospital, ’stable’ after fiery car crash
Actor Anne Heche was in the hospital on Aug. 6 following an accident in which her car smashed into a house and flames erupted, a spokeswoman said.
"Anne is currently in stable condition. Her family and friends ask for your thoughts and prayers and to respect her privacy during this difficult time," Heather Duffy Boylston, Heche's friend and podcast partner, said in a statement.
More Pains than Gains for Organised Labour in Law and Justice’s Poland
The ambulance workers have, in theory, chosen to be freelancers, as they also have the option of taking up permanent employment with the service. In practice though, self-employment tends to be the only offer on the table. For the managers, treating the paramedics like Uber drivers makes sense - it delivers savings and greater flexibility.
Helicopter crashes in field in North Yorkshire
Emergency services, including an air ambulance, are at the scene
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28-old woman serves as Turkey’s first motorcycle emergency paramedic
Sabiha Sözer, 28-years-old, serves as Turkey's first and only motorcycle emergency paramedic in the northwestern province of Eskişehir.