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Holly Seymour 2h
It’s the start of a new rota for me today which means a new start time and a new crewmate!! Meet Rob- (known to us all as Rap). He’s been a technician with for the past 11 years and now he’s stuck with me for the foreseeable future 😉😊
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Callum Sinclair 2h
Replying to @OFFICIALWMAS
These vehicles will help to provide a comfortable journey for patients across Cheshire and The Wirral to their hospital appointments and treatment centres
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Callum Sinclair 3h
Up early on a Sunday morning with a few colleagues to collect our shiny new WAV’s (Wheelchair Accessable Vehicles) from Stafford where they have been built, we are replacing all our current vehicles with brand new ones, exciting 😁😁🚑
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West Midlands Ambulance Service 2h
Known as the 'silent killer' carbon monoxide is not something to be ignored. It is colourless and odourless, but it is highly poisonous and it can kill. We urge everyone to install a carbon monoxide alarm....why wouldn't you?
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Callum Sinclair 17h
Even on my day off I spent my time in an Ambulance, I’m currently converting a retired Ambulance on the drive into a camper, my apprentice in the background, have a good weekend everyone, stay safe 😁🚑
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Tony Sutton 20h
So far today we have attended to four 999 calls. All patient so far have been referred to other services. A&E is for emergency only!
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Tony Sutton 20h
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West Midlands Ambulance Service 15h
There are lots of alternatives to calling 999 - we're always here to help in emergencies, but is there another option for something less serious? Please choose well and help keep our staff free to deal with only the most serious of calls.
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West Midlands Ambulance Service 20h
Suffering with chest pain? Your body is trying to tell you something! Don't delay, call 999 immediately, it might be the best decision you ever make!
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Aug 17
Sepsis claims 44,000 lives per year - do you know the signs? is a rare but serious condition that can look just life flu, gastroenteritis or a chest infection & can affect anyone. Time really is of the essence with so know the symptoms & seek medical help ASAP.
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Aug 16
Replying to @Michelle4burden
We’ve been told, in the next few weeks Michelle
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Amy Keogh Aug 16
Another goodbye today for team 4,but for a very happy reason! Here's to a very happy maternity leave for our Assistant supervisor Natalie. Sending lots of love from team 4 to Natalie&her husband Ian who is a paramedic with WMAS. We cannot wait to meet your baby boy very soon 💗
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Aug 16
It’s been a while, but it won’t be long before some familiar and some new faces will be back on our screens with the new series of 999 on the Frontline. We can’t wait, can you? 👍🚑📺👏
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Aug 16
It's a tough word to say, let alone spell but one to know about. Anaphylaxis is a severe & potentially life-threatening reaction to a trigger such as an allergy. It's a result of the immune system (the body's natural defence) overreacting to such a trigger
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Aug 16
The weather hasn't been great lately, but the sun is due to make a welcome appearance over the weekend. So, we know it might warm up a little, but please, if going out on your motorbike, wear the right gear....it could save your life. ☀️🏍🛵 👍🏽
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DOC Defibrillator Aug 16
A defibrillator has been installed in Worcester’s Cripplegate Park thanks to Community First Responders. Worcester donated £600 towards the costs
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Aug 16
Our staff are always incredibly grateful for the generosity of members of the public and companies that we see so often. But on a miserable, rainy day like today, a caffeine fix provided free of charge by Caffeine and Machine in Ettington was particularly welcome, thanks guys!
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Colin Pittam Aug 16
AAP 5 get to see the new design Ambulance due to come into service in the next few months. It's like Christmas! First day in uniforms and a New Amblance.
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Aug 16
Truly awful news this morning coming in from our emergency service colleagues at Thames Valley Police. Our thoughts and condolences go out to the family and friends of PC Harper and everyone at
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Aug 16
If A-Level results day didn't quite go to plan, don't panic - that's the msg from today who has been tweeting about her experiences in 2015 & reflecting on the difficulties she felt whilst studying for her exams & how she realised results are not the be all and end all.
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