ambulance ambulance  /ˈæmbjə ləns/


  • (n) a vehicle that takes people to and from hospitals


  1. At a few minutes before 8 o'clock an ambulance drove up to the rear platform of the private car.
  2. I'm making my best Shirley MacLaine get them to call an ambulance.
  3. If legislative ambulance chasing looks like a desperate measure, for the backers of repealing the estate tax, these are desperate times.


  1. Henrietta Ambulance donates computers to New Jersey EMS Agency

    Henrietta Ambulance has announced the donation of two pieces of computer equipment to Hoboken Volunteer Ambulance.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Henrietta Post

  2. Ambulance crew takes cover during Chicago shootout

    CHICAGO (AP) — An ambulance traveling through Chicago's West Side came upon a shootout that forced the paramedics to duck for cover and call police. Fire department spokesman Larry Langford says the ambulance crew was headed through East Garfield Park early Saturday morning when they spotted people crouching down for cover. read more
    on June 11, 2013     Source:

  3. Ambulance drives into West Side shootout

    An ambulance happened upon a West Side shootout early Saturday morning that left two men in critical condition.        
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Chicago Tribune

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  1. "The dangers of undue influence that exist when a lawyer chases an ambulance are also present when a high school coach contacts an eighth grader," Stevens said.
    on Jun 21, 2007 By: John Paul Stevens Source: Carlisle Sentinel

  2. "I feel so sorry for her," Kanaan said. "I drove back in the ambulance with her, and she was just crying so much. She put so much into it, and I just feel bad for her. She apologized to me, and I should be the one apologizing to her."
    on May 25, 2006 By: Tony Kanaan Source: 940 News

  3. "You can quite clearly see the van that we were in next to the ambulance in the middle of this roundabout with terrorists shooting past our van and into our van and not a sign of a policeman anywhere," Broad said. "They had clearly gone; left...
    on Mar 4, 2009 By: Chris Broad Source: International Herald Tribune

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