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India: NGO Stations 3 Ambulances at Accident-Prone Areas


Ludhiana: With smog taking a toll on visibility on roads and accidents witnessing a rise, NGO Samvedhna Trust has stationed three ambulances at three main points that will connect the entire city. The plan has been drawn with the help of the Ludhiana police commissioner.\r\nSubhash Gupta, chairman, Samvedhna Trust, said, \"The ambulances will be stationed at Samrala Chowk, Snet Pind and Jagraon Bridge 24x7. Anyone can approach us through the helpline number.\"
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India: Exclusive Air Ambulance Service to be launched from Guwahati


Guwahati: A Delhi-based company would launch the country’s first exclusive air ambulance service from Guwahati to provide affordable transportation service to the people of the seven North Eastern states. Guwahati has been chosen for the maiden launch of this pan-India service on 16 November in presence of Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Founder and Managing Director Flaps Aviation Pvt Ltd, Capt Amit Kumar, said.\r\nHe said the company is trying to make air ambulance service affordable by bringing down costs.
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Indonesia: New Patrol Vehicles, Ambulances along NHAI in Tamil Nadu


Chennai: Nearly 100 new patrol vehicles and ambulances are soon likely to be deployed along 5,000 km of national highways running across the state.\r\nThe proposal is a part of the multi-pronged approach involving various central and state government agencies including the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and health service providers.
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Indonesia: Sinjai Provincial Government Deliver Ambulance Ship for Residents of Pulau Sembilan


Sinjai: Sinjai District Government finally fulfilled the promise of providing ambulance ship for residents of Pulau Sembilan Sub-district. Ambulance in the form of speed boat that will be used to bring the sick or dead people.
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Israel: Rambam Hospital Prepares for Chemical Attack on Haifa


The Rambam Medical Center, the largest hospital in northern Israel, carried out a drill Thursday, simulating rocket and missile attacks on the city of Haifa, including a scenario involving projectiles carrying chemical warheads.
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