When you think about it, the ambulance is usually a large yellow or blue vehicle with a white or black stripe across the side, with the ambulance chaser in the front.
But that is just not what we saw when we drove through the streets of Manchester last weekend.
The yellow ambulance was in a field next to the Trafford Centre and was parked there for about 10 minutes.
It is not uncommon for an ambulance to be parked there during a Manchester United match, especially during matches against the Red Devils.
But when it was, we could see it clearly, as it was clearly in a location where it was easy to see that it was not parked on the ground.
Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, who is currently playing in the UEFA Champions League for Manchester United, is currently on a training trip with the club, so it is not surprising that he would want to park it near his locker room.
However, when it came to the yellow ambulance, we saw it in a different way.
The ambulance chasers were sitting there in the field, and when the ambulance was parked near the field the two ambulances parked next to it looked very much like a gold cross, so I would not have seen one unless it was parked on a gold street in Manchester.
So what happened?
Why did it look like a red ambulance?
Well, there are two possible reasons for the difference between the two vehicles, the first is that the ambulance could not be seen.
The other is that it has been parked near a field for a few minutes and we did not see the yellow one.
That ambulance had been parked at the Manchester United stadium on the north side of the city centre for about ten minutes, and there was no sign of it when we got there.
The fact that it did not look like an ambulance in the Manchester City or Chelsea games is understandable, but why did the Manchester Police need to call the ambulance in that case?
In any case, it is important to understand that Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United have all received a lot of criticism for the way they have handled the Manchester Arena fire, and Manchester City was one of the main parties to blame for it.
On Sunday, Manchester City were one of several clubs to take out the fire extinguishers and had to be replaced in the aftermath of the disaster.
It was also one of many clubs that had to shut down their stadium, which had been open since the beginning of the season.
Manchester United have received criticism from the public and even from other teams for their handling of the Manchester Fire.
It was one thing to take care of the fire in the early stages, when the crowd was calm, and then evacuate the area and then get the fire under control.
It is quite another to have the fire continue to burn through the city for a couple of hours and then have to be evacuated again.
In the case of Manchester City and Manchester Fire, the teams that were in charge of the emergency response and the players, coaches and staff were not involved.
It would be very easy to blame the players for being late or for not staying in their hotel and being in a position to be able to leave the stadium, but it would also be very hard to blame those responsible for the fire.
The responsibility rests with the teams.
The way the fire was treated by the teams was quite different.
Manchester City were the first team to take control of the blaze.
They had their players and staff evacuate the stadium.
Then they put out the blaze by setting up a perimeter around the stadium with emergency workers and fire fighters.
They even took out a fire hydrant to make sure that the area was clear of the flames and so that they could take care, rather than trying to push it into the ground, as they had been doing earlier in the day.
Manchester United were the last team to leave.
They left the stadium in the ambulance.
They did not evacuate the city, and they did not use the fire hydrants.
They were still in the stadium by the time the fire brigade arrived.
The second thing that happened to Manchester City in that respect was to not use emergency services, but instead used the police.
Manchester City did not have any emergency services at the time, and so they did what they could to make the situation as difficult as possible for the firefighters.
They put out a perimeter on the city’s north side, which was quite close to the fire, while they waited for the emergency services to arrive.
This was to ensure that they did have the firefighters and the fire fighters on the scene, but to allow them to do their work safely.
The players and the coaches also stayed at the stadium to help the firefighters work the fire with their own fire extinguisher.
However, as the firefighters worked the fire they could see that the flames were out of control and they could not control the blaze themselves.
Manchester Fire Brigade