Tuesday, July 17, 2012

An ambulance is waiting...

...but not for me.

On this day, however, some poor soul, who merely went to see the doctor, ended up taking a trip to the hospital in an ambulance.

16 comments:

Linda said...

And so it is. Love the colours on it, Lowell. Great capture.

EG CameraGirl said...

The doctor must have scared his patient nearly to death! (Or something like that.)

Amish Stories said...

Hope they are ok, and our heat here in the Lancaster area has sadly returned. Richard from the Amish community of Lebanon,pa

Jack said...

We never do know what a day is going to bring to us, do we? Fortunately, this usually happens to someone else, not me, but no doubt my day is coming . . .

RedPat said...

It's scary enough going to the doc without ending up in an ambulance!

Halcyon said...

That's unfortunate. Definitely not a means of transportation you want to take!

Randy said...

Oh that's not good.

Olivier said...

une ambulance a l'ombre qui attend. Dans certains quartiers de la banlieue,elle se ferait attaquer ;((( c'est encore arrive ce weekend du 14 juillet .........

llandudnopictures said...

On the plus side, at least travelling by ambulance is the best, safest and fastest way to get to hospital.

cieldequimper said...

Life...

brattcat said...

i hope this story has a happy ending.

brattcat said...

i hope this story has a happy ending.

Judy said...

I have taken two trips to the hospital in an ambulance. What I discovered is that it would be cheaper to take a taxi. (and faster too)

Sharon said...

I hate that when it happens. My sister's comment made me laugh. She is so right.

Birdman said...

I'll pass too.

magiceye said...

Hope he drove home soon :)

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