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India: Ambulances Go off Road, Services Hit


Kendrapara: The ambulance service in Kendrapara district was paralysed as the drivers launched a protest against the attack on a driver at taxi stand near the court in the town on Sunday.\r\nThe agitating drivers and emergency medical technicians (EMT) drove the ambulances from different parts of the district to the office of the Collector at around 12.30 pm demanding stern action against the persons who had assaulted the driver Upendra Prasad Singh (26) while he was driving a patient from Kendrapara Hospital to SCB Medical College and Hospital (SCBMCH) at Cuttack. 
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India: Soon, Dial 100 for Fire &Health Emergency in Lucknow


Lucknow: Taking a cue from the emergency response system (ERS) 911 in the United States, India\'s largest centralised Dial 100 police control call centre, coming up in Lucknow, will attend to fire and health related emergency services as well. Until now, the centre only offers police assistance.\r\nA panel of top officials from UP home and police departments, back from a 14-day tour to study the functioning of 911 services in San Francisco, Austin and Brooklyn, will give final shape to the design and functioning of the centralised police control call centre.
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India: CATS to Map your SOS Call via Landline


New Delhi: Starting this month-end, Delhiites will be able link their landline numbers to the Centralised Accident and Trauma Services (CATS) for quick access to ambulances in emergencies through a web-based application prepared by Delhi government\'s Geospatial Delhi Limited (GSDL). To begin with, MTNL landline users will be able to register and this will be further expanded to other service providers.
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India: Four Cardiac and Trauma Care Ambulances Launched in J-K


Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed launched4 cardiac and trauma care ambulances, onSeptember 21, in order to ensure timely transfer of patients requiring advanced medical treatment in tertiary-care hospitals in the state.\r\nAs part of the Emergency Medical Service, the fully- equipped critical care ambulances shall be stationed at Sangrama, Anantnag and Pampore in south Kashmir and Jammu, an official spokesman said here.
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India: Special Corridors for Smooth Movement of Ambulance in Odisha


Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has asked police not to detain ambulance during the passage of VIP vehicles on the roads. Disapproving the practice of detaining ambulance during passage of VIP cavalcade, Patnaik said the life of patients were more precious than the VIP movement. Therefore, at no circumstances the ambulance would be detained on the road, he said.\r\nIn order to allow smooth movement of ambulance, the Chief Minister issued direction to authorities to construct special corridors for patient carriers.
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