Ambulance Carrying COVID-19 Survivor Rams Concrete Barrier in QC

Ambulance Carrying Patient Recovered from COVID-19 Rams Concrete Barrier

A patient that supposed to be home after recovering from COVID-19 involved in an accident as the ambulance rams concrete barrier in Quezon City.

A patient survived the death caused by COVID-19 but his ordeal did not end when the ambulance he was riding in crashed. A Quezon City government ambulance carrying a patient recovered from COVID broke through the concrete barrier at Padre Burgos in Manila.

Ambulance Rams Barrier
Image Source: GMA News

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The ambulance allegedly came from a quarantine facility to pick up the recovered patient back home. The driver allegedly did not see the concrete barrier so he rams it.

Luckily, the patient recovered safely while another woman was injured. The COVID-19 recovered patient was transferred to another vehicle and taken home while one of the injured in the incident was taken to the hospital.

Meanwhile, a barangay captain apprehended some Food Panda riders and told them that they are not exempted in curfew policy despite the Palace announce that delivery services are allowed to operate 24/7.

The barangay executive insists that the decision is up to the local government units regarding the implementation of the curfew policy. He also said that only fast-food chains are allowed to operate 24/7 serve medical frontliners.

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