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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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Various shots, ambulance driving through rural areas
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A spokeswoman for ABMU Health Board, which runs the Princess of Wales Hospital, said: "It is clearly not ideal for a patient to wait in an ambulance and we do our best to avoid this as far as possible.
Meanwhile, some patients had been taken into A&E only to find themselves taken back into the ambulance.
He said people in medical emergencies across the nation can dial 999 and an ambulance will be dispatched immediately.
Sources said that, ambulance owners paid hundred of thousand rupees every month to the CDA without any paper work, while attendants of patients faced are forced to face difficulties due to non availability of ambulances.
Private operators paid by NEAS to answer calls included Blue Star Medical Services, British Red Cross and St John Ambulance.