Ambulance stucked in water while patients were seen pushing it surface online. In a trending video on the social media has spotted an ambulance carrying patients from their homes to the hospital stucked in water. From the video spotted the people in the area together with the patients were seen pushing the ambulance.
According to the trending video, most people saw the ambulance as the driver tries his possible best to move it but they observed that the ambulance was not moving. As they were observing they rush to the place where the ambulance was to help push it.
The video ever since it surface online has received massive reactions from the people on the social media. Many people have suggested that it could be a minor fault that caused that while other people also believe the ambulances they are using now are not new.
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