Ambulance

Triple Risk of Harm for Ukraine's Health Transport Workers over Other Health Care Staff, WHO Data Indicates

A concerning new trend has emerged from the WHO Surveillance System for Attacks on Health Care (SSA) in Ukraine: Ambulance workers and other personnel servicing health transport face a risk of injury and death three times higher than that of other health care service workers.  

Ambulance Overturned in Serious Accident at Busy Sofia Intersection

An alarming incident unfolded at one of Sofia's bustling intersections as an ambulance overturned, leaving chaos in its wake.

The calamity struck shortly after 10 a.m. at the crossing of Todor Aleksandrov Boulevard and Opalchenska Street, sending shockwaves through the city.

Eyewitnesses were stunned as the ambulance lay on its side.

Bulgaria: Elderly Man Dies in Dobrich After Ambulance Arrives Late

In a distressing incident in the Dobrich region of Bulgaria, an elderly man lost his life following a road accident, prompting scrutiny over the delayed arrival of emergency medical services. The unfortunate event unfolded when the male driver, feeling unwell, veered the car into a ditch, accompanied by his family.

Absurdity from Bulgaria: Deaf and Mute Woman Denied Ambulance, Dies in Taxi on Route to Hospital

A heart-wrenching incident sheds light on the shortcomings of the Emergency Center in Sliven, where a deaf and mute woman tragically passed away in a taxi after being denied an ambulance. The disturbing details of the case were revealed by bTV, which obtained a recording of the conversation between the woman's relatives and the emergency dispatcher.

Tragic Death: Woman in Sliven Dies in Taxi After Ambulance Refusal

A heartbreaking incident unfolded in Sliven, Bulgaria, as a 63-year-old woman tragically passed away in a taxi after emergency services reportedly refused to dispatch an ambulance. The woman, who fell ill at her daughter and son-in-law's residence in Sliven's villa area, was denied assistance by the emergency hotline, 112, before her condition could be fully assessed.

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