Ambulance

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Ambulance

(dreams)
In old dream dictionaries, dreaming about an ambulance could be labeled as a dream of warning. From more modern perspective it could mean your unconscious mind is attempting to convey information that you have been unwilling to deal with consciously. Pay attention to your physical body and see if your health is an issue. Otherwise, this dream may be pointing to some urgent situation in your life. Consider all of the details in your dream. Examine your daily life and make an attempt to see if there is something that requires your immediate attention.
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In due course my companions and I were arrested, cut loose and carried to a nearby meat wagon where we were photographed, charged with breach of the peace and resisting arrest and taken to Clydebank Police station where we were held in the stinky cells for eight hours.
I have some pork chops in the freezer which I bought from a meat wagon at Amble market the day before which I have sent off to the environmental health people.
Neither McGrath nor Blackwell were up to the required standard and should be on the next meat wagon back to their counties, was the gist of his blunt assertion, made before either had even strapped on his pads.
It can be done uglier than a meat wagon driver can imagine or it can be virtually bloodless.
Thankfully, times change and the only meat wagon making regular appearances at this joint these days is delivering steak, lamb and chicken.