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  • noun A man who is a driver of an ambulance or a member of its crew


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  • Thanks to such as you, PC Copperfield, the ambulanceman and one or two others, I can believe there are still a few well intended people with integrity out there trying to do a good job - despite the system, not because of it. on September 22, 2006 at 7: 55 am | Reply Denise

    The Dog With Ginger Eyebrows « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The ambulanceman debated starting an IV, but decided against it.

    Red Storm Rising

  • Many of them were dying, and a German ambulanceman went among them, injecting them with morphine to ease the agony which made them writhe and groan.

    Now It Can Be Told

  • The long-serving ambulanceman found the woman apparently unconscious and with back injuries - but believed she was faking it. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • An ambulanceman slapped a woman patient across the face - and called her "a silly b***h," a disciplinary hearing had been told.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Long-serving ambulanceman Mr Hillier found the woman apparently unconscious and with back injuries - but believed she was faking it.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • The ambulanceman and his wife, Janice, later became godparents for Caroline and firm friends with her parents, Christine and Peter.


  • Moving to the Isle of Bute to rebuild his life has offered the ex-ambulanceman some peace.

    The Sunday Mail - Home

  • The ambulanceman had been on duty when he strode defiantly into the Tesco store wearing just the underwear and a pair of socks after staff refused to serve him while he was wearing his ambulance uniform.

    Nothing To Do With Arbroath

  • A PROUD ambulanceman from South Tyneside had an aisle seat when the woman he brought into the world was married.



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