India: the green corridor for ambulance work well!

India: the green corridor for ambulance work well!

The Chennai Police with a team of doctors from two hospitals ensured that an ambulance carrying a donor heart could be transported in the nick of time. The donor heart was transported from the Rajiv Gandhi Government Hospital to the Fortis Malar Hospital 12 kilometres away. 26 policemen given a green corridor to the ambulance, ensuring that it reached within 14 minutes.  After the man met with a fatal road accident and was declared dead by doctors, his family decided to donate his organs and his heart. His heart found a match in a 21-year-old girl who is suffering from a heart condition.

This is an example of what good ambulance and good rescue system can do for patients, if the other dirver follow a simple rule: turn the right and free the way when you see an ambulance. READ MORE ON EMERGENCY-LIVE

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