How far from an ambulence should you be?

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Should you pull over for an ambulance with its lights on?

In the US - in most (all?) states that I am aware of - the law requires that, on an un-divided highway, you "Yield the Right-Of-Way" to emergency vehicles. Ambulance and Fir

How far away from the scene should you park an ambulance?

Park to allow easy access to the patient and in a way that prevents the ambulance from being blocked by structures or other vehicles. If the ambulance is the first on scene

How many feet should you follow behind an ambulance?

Following an ambulance without its lights should be done like any other vehicle, a car length for every 10 mph. If the lights are on, 50 yards is a good distance to stay back.

What is an ambulance?

An ambulance is an emergency vehicle used to transport sick orinjured people to hospital.
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When parking your ambulance at the scene of a motor vehicle crash you should position the ambulance?

If first on scene, 50 feet behind the accident, unless you see flames, leaking fluid, or fumes. then 100 feet away. If another unit is on scene and behind the accident, then
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Who is in an ambulance?

Ambulances are commonly staffed in two person crews. The type of licensure these people have depend on the type of ambulance they are operating in. There are two different typ
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What should you do if guest ask for an ambulance?

ask him why , then if it's important then call if not then u treate him Answer If a guest requests an ambulance and he or she is in obvious distress you should call an ambulan
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What is ambulating?

It is a verb meaning to walk about and moving around.
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What is ambulate?

To walk about and move from place to place