Have you ever seen an ambulance accident

How does this work? The rescue process.

A door opens and closes. Something red and orange slides towards me from the driver's compartment. "Maybe not a bad idea after all, this color choice in the midst of the cool white," I think. Mr. Panter sits down next to me. "So, I'll stay with you now," he says. “That's what I'm here for. It is my job to build a trusting relationship with you in the midst of all the hustle and bustle so that you don't get even more upset and realize that you are not left alone. I'm practically the one who would go down with you if the car fell into the canal up ahead. The others could save themselves, but my place would always be here with the patient! ”“ How reassuring ”, I think and can suddenly imagine that he is actually establishing this trust between himself and the patient.

Initially, Mr. Panter did not correspond to my idea of ​​a paramedic at all. But what was my idea actually? At least none with a long beard. “Rasputin”, as I secretly call Mr. Panter because of his beard (I hope he will look after me), says that on average they are on an emergency call five times a day. However, there are often misuse. The reason for this is the incorrect assessment of the emergency call. The question of responsiveness plays a decisive role. When it comes down to it, no longer responsive, the ambulance and emergency medical service vehicle would have to move out.

"But how does such a misjudgment come about?" I ask. "Well, if, now exaggerated, people say:" Come on quickly, our grandpa is not doing well. "" Is he still available? "Would be the next question from the control center. When the answer is: “No, not at all!” We set off. And what do we find? An old man, excited, but fully conscious. When we ask, we hear: “Of course I can be contacted! But I have an argument with the children. I haven't spoken to them for three years! "