TV3’s critically acclaimed series Ireland’s Paramedics looks at everything from near misses to dangerous driver reactions on Thursday’s episode at 9pm.
In Thursday’s episode, we see what emergency crews face while responding to medical emergencies, as they face dangerous driver reactions due to a lack of public awareness of what to do on the road when you see an ambulance.
Advanced paramedic Paul Traynor, on-board air ambulance helicopter Air Corps 112, is dispatched to a multitude of rural road traffic collisions in Athlone.
And when a 4-year-old boy with suspected meningitis is reported unresponsive, every moment matters for advanced paramedic Paul Traynor and the crew of Air Corps 112
HSE National Ambulance Service crew Kevin and Jim are returning to base in Dublin at the end of a shift when they receive a panicked call for help from a fellow ambulance crew who have come under attack on the street and need urgent backup. But not all is as it appears, and on arrival they find a smashed ambulance and a perpetrator on the run.
From road rage to collision carnage, this eye opening and captivating episode faces the reality of road traffic accidents.
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