i think they were invented in the year 1772
Ambulances are not bullet proof.
No, the American Red Cross doesn't have ambulances.
Encyclopedia has an article that gives facts and information about ambulances. Wikipedia also has an extensive article about the history of ambulances.
Was there ambulances in the civil war? why of corse there was in wa a wonderful wagon.
The beds in ambulances are known as gurneys; but they can also be called stretchers.
The collective noun 'fleet' is used for groups of vehicles: a fleet of ambulances.
Most do. However, the frame on which most ambulances are built are not custom-designed for ambulances and the suspension is not good enough to absorb all the bumps during a high-speed drive.
im pretty sure that there used to be feild ambulances durin world war 1 but not 100 percent...
Great Cars - 2003 Ambulances was released on: USA: 23 May 2005
There are actually 4 types of ambulances. Type I are built on the chassis of a regular truck, like an F-350 or a Chevy silverado. A type II has no box like what regular ambulances do, so you would see a regular Dodge Sprinter with lights and a logo. Type III is build on the chassis of a van, like a Ford E-350 or a Chevy Savannah. And finally, Medium duty ambulances are huge ambulances.
The plural of ambulance is ambulances.
a whole lot!!
They are called gurney or stretcher.
they don't they have air ambulances
i think it was 12
In plane mirror and in ambulances.
Horse drawn ambulances were first used in the Civil war 1860's, under the direction of Dr. Jonathan Letterman.
Costs of air ambulances are covered, at least in part by insurers. Some insures may cover full costs also.
Sometimes they cant... but if the natural disaster wasn't too bad, then they can help. Also, ambulances come from places where Natural disasters didn't happen.