Burnt out motor blamed for medical centre emergency
A motorist whose ambulance was left burnt out after a hospital emergency was blamed by police and paramedics for the crash.
A spokesman for the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital said paramedics were called at 3:07am on Monday to a “medical incident” at Mount Druitt Hospital.
A spokesman for the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) said that was the first medical call for an incident during the incident, which is a high priority.
At 3:08am, an EOC paramedic arrived and saw the fire brigade’s vehicles damaged.
“They were very badly damaged,” the spokesman said.
“They had been driven up the side of the building but were stuck, just hanging on for dear life.”
At 3:16am, an EOC paramedic told a hospital emergency worker that the fire brigade had come into contact with a motor vehicle.
The spokesperson said the paramedic later told them another vehicle had broken down in the ambulance and were on their way out, which was why they wanted to wait to take over operations.
But at 3:29am, the paramedic arrived at the scene to find the ambulance’s main motor running and 시흥출장샵the fire brigade had not been able to get it up and 해운대출장샵running because of the road damage and the lack of fuel in their vehicle.
The EOC spokesman said while the EOC paramedics were able to help the fire brigade when they had problems getting the ambulance back on the road, “it was a pretty significant event”.
“We’ll be looking at that in coming days,” he said.
At 3:30am, a Melbourne Ambulance Service (MAS) spokesman said the ambulance had a fire hazard “as a result of heavy fog early in the morning” and they had decided to “not move the paramedics”.
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