Here comes the ambulance!
You can hear the ambulance in the distance. Then you see the yellow vehicle. We park as close as possible to the patient. We get sent to all kinds of places: from roadside restaurants to living rooms, from canteens to offices, and to roads and pavements. Every patient is different: one may be unconscious, another ill, and another injured. The paramedic wants to know quickly what is going on. That is why the paramedic asks a lot of questions. He performs tests and assesses the situation. For example, the paramedic may attempt to stabilize the patient with medication or bandages. If the paramedic thinks it is necessary, we will prepare for transportation to the hospital. Sometimes a patient rapidly improves with our assistance, and does not have to go to the hospital. But sometimes the patient has to go to hospital. If this is necessary, the paramedic and emergency medical technician put the patient on the stretcher, and the stretcher into the ambulance. And then the ambulance is quickly back on the road to the hospital.