Ambulance on Sark

Sark, one of the Channel Islands, doesn’t have cars. People move around mostly on bicycle. There are also some horse-drawn carriages and a few tractors, mainly to pick up supplies from the harbour. There are so few people that license plates don’t show numbers, but the names of the owners, like “James” or “Andrew”.

And then there is this tractor to transport sick people in emergencies:

doctor tractorI did not fall sick or break my leg while on Sark.

About Andreas Moser

You will most likely find me in the forest, next to the lake, reading a book. Just follow the cigar smoke!
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2 Responses to Ambulance on Sark

  1. brokenradius says:

    Thats a good one. I think if the patients are not sick yet when they enter this vehicle, they will probably feel very sick when they arrive at the clinic.
    Michael

  2. mister_bean says:

    I’ve an incredibly excellent uncanny feeling I discovered just what I needed

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