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India: Central Railway to Allocate Parking Space for Ambulances at its Stations


Mumbai: Railway accident victims can expect faster treatment as Central Railway has decided to demarcate space for ambulance parking at each of its 76 stations in the Mumbai suburban division. Activists and railway victims had criticized the railways for not making arrangements to ferry victims to nearest hospitals in the golden hour period. CR's move will enable victims to reach hospitals within minutes of being brought to the nearest railway station. CR's chief public relations officer Atul Rane said, "We appeal to non-governmental organizations and corporates to avail of this free parking facility for a
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India: Technology to Render Voluntary Help in Roadside Emergencies


Thiruvananthapuram: Data analytics and GPS will together deliver assistance in roadside emergencies, if a Technopark-based company has its way. There may not anymore be a need to call a pre-assigned number to requisition an ambulance service. Instead, a centralised command centre will voluntarily rush down nearest ambulance/crane to scene of an accident and guide it through traffic to deliver emergency services. Madhya Pradesh will be the first beneficiary of the ‘integrated accident response system and traffic management centre’ from ARS T&TT India (ARS Traffic and Transport Technology).The State will have its entire road n
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India: Oil Cos Asked to Station 4 More ERVs in State


Thiruvananthapuram: Oil companies have been asked to station four more Emergency Response Vehicles (ERVs) in the state to tackle disasters involving oil tanker lorries, Revenue Minister Adoor Prakash informed the Assembly on February 04 Tuesday. This decision was taken at a high-level meeting held after the oil tanker accident in Kannur last month. “It is the responsibility of the oil companies to provide the vehicles as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. We have asked them to provide four more ERVs,’’ the Minister said. The new vehicles, along with the ERVs already available in the state
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India: Boat Capsizes on Indian River, 11 drowned, Dozens Rescued by Emergency Workers


New Delhi: A boat overcrowded with picnic guests capsized on a river in India's eastern Orissa state, and at least 11 people drowned, officials said. Police, firefighters and emergency workers rescued dozens of people from the water, after the boat sank on February 9 Sunday in Orissa's Sambalpur District, about 1,300 kilometers (800 miles) southeast of New Delhi, state government official Pradeep Kumar Mahapatra said.
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India: Accident Response, Traffic Management Center in MP


Indore: Indore Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation (MPRDC) has set up one of the country’s first integrated Accident Response System and Traffic Management Center(ARS and TMC). Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan inspected the successful implementation of the system. The center is expected to play vital role in significantly improving mobility and road safety in the state. The center, inclusive of operational software systems has been delivered by Trivandrum- based ARS Traffic and Transport Technology. The system integrates emergency response with intelligent transportation systems.
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