Fire Extinguisher ‘Explodes’ In Emergency Ambulance
Picture the scene: you are driving around, maybe on the way to the next 999 call (or 111 call) when all of a sudden, you are covered in lots of white stuff (foam) meaning that your entire cab resembles something out of Narnia.
Well, that is exactly what happened to one medic as he was driving his ambulance.
In a picture shared on twitter, the medic can be seen covered in foam with his ambulance in the background also being awash with the fire retardent concoction.
Passing motorists must have been wondering if they had just driven by medics who were engaged in some sort of frothy foam fight.
Thankfully, it would appear that the crew managed to escape without any of the foam ending up in their mouths / eyes.
Bet that took some deep cleaning @YorksAmbulance at least safe in the knowledge should there have been a real 🔥the extinguisher worked 👍🏼 nothing worse than something going off unexpectedly #5thNovember 💥 pic.twitter.com/NYn6850xmj— 💚AJ 💚 (@Jarvis999Aj) November 5, 2018
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