It seems that the ‘tagging’ of ambulances isn’t just confined to us in the UK. Dave (a paramedic from Auckland) sent me this picture of his ambulance after he spent ten minutes inside a patient’s house.
You may notice what a fine example of ‘urban art’ this is…
5 thoughts on “Tagged II”
It's a bloody mess but frankly – so what? I'd rather be whisked off to hospital in a vehicle with a bit of a scrawl on it, than expiring on my floor because it's thought to be better to be in shiny vehicles than helping as many folk in need as possible…
Another one of those, “I hope this guy gets hurt and has to wait a long time in pain because the only ambulance that could have been available is in the wash because of his tag.”
Urban art my hind foot.
I'm St John Bucks and No comment Just shear anger at these well i can't think of a useful name for them.Dazza
I still don't see why the ambulance would be taken out of service for a day to clean that up – ten minutes with some T-Cut would take it right off.