New Scientist article The images in a new book by John Cottle are stunning.
They show an ambulance driving away from a scene, stopping at a red light, and then disappearing into a forest.
The images are not for the faint of heart.
For the uninitiated, a real ambulance is an ambulance that operates in a forest or on a highway and can be driven by a human.
The most famous example is the British ambulance service of the late 20th century.
This is a car with a crew of four people, with two of them sitting in the front.
The ambulance has a window and a seatbelt, and it’s powered by an engine that runs on electricity.
But the pictures are of the kind that might make you wonder whether the ambulance has ever been driven by an ordinary human.
And there’s more.
The cars were designed in the 1920s and 1930s, and they had little more than a driver and a passenger in the back, according to John Coote, an ambulance historian at the National Museum of Scotland.
Cotte says the images were created to capture the way ambulances worked.
And Cottel says that was the real inspiration behind the images in his book.
“It’s a fantastic way of capturing the experience of driving an ambulance.”
Here’s how to spot an ambulance in a news story An ambulance is a special type of vehicle, usually for emergency services, that is normally equipped with a passenger seat and can carry a limited number of people.
When an ambulance is not operating, it’s usually parked outside a hospital or other facility.
But in the UK, the ambulance service operates in many areas of the country.
Cootes book, A Century of Ambulances, describes how the ambulance arrived in Glasgow, Scotland, in September 1930.
It was a big ambulance, and in front of the city’s main hospital was a large yellow sign that said “Ambulance Service.”
At that time, there were no hospitals or schools in Glasgow.
Coots book says that the ambulance had been there for a week.
At this time, the Glasgow Ambulance Society had just started.
A couple of people were working there.
The society was the precursor of today’s NHS.
Cordoned off with fences and fences of wires, the ambulances were used mainly to deliver medical supplies, and were a huge draw for crowds.
The picture in the ambulance is of an ambulance approaching the scene of a car crash.
The road ahead is the road to the hospital.
The driver and passengers are all in the middle.
The scene is a forest, with trees all around the ambulance.
The white ambulance was parked in front, and the green ambulance was stopped in front.
It is a big red ambulance, probably an ambulance of the type used in the US.
There are many images of ambulance drivers in the book, but these are the ones that most people associate with an ambulance.
But there are many other images.
For example, there are several pictures of an ambulance pulling into a hospital.
It’s not a real one, but it’s not unusual to see ambulances in hospital in pictures.
The hospital has a large entrance, and you can see a few people, maybe three or four.
The door of the ambulance also has a sign that says “Ambush Service.”
The sign says “The Emergency Services.”
Cottes book says ambulances have a wide range of jobs, from the medical staff to the drivers.
The main role of an emergency service is to provide medical care.
That is to take care of people and get them to the best hospital possible.
That includes providing medical equipment.
The only real job of an ordinary ambulance is to deliver supplies, including medical supplies.
The medical staff will carry out that work, while the drivers will go out and do the other stuff that a regular ambulance does.
So the picture is typical of an average ambulance, although there are some differences.
The blue ambulance is usually seen driving away, stopping and then driving back.
The red ambulance is more like an ambulance, stopping in front and then going to the next town.
The green ambulance is normally parked outside the hospital, in front or behind the hospital’s entrance.
The front ambulance has the window, while most ambulances only have one.
The back ambulance is always parked outside, but the front ambulance always has a windowsill, so it can be seen from a distance.
The ambulances are typically armed with a rifle, a shotgun, and some other weapons.
The police also have specialised ambulances.
But they aren’t usually used as ambulance drivers, and aren’t even known as ambulances, which is what the picture in Cottles book is.
It shows an ambulance pulling into an ambulance station.
The station is on the opposite side of the road, away from the hospital and away from traffic.
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