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A person trained to give emergency medical care to people who are seriously ill with the aim of stabilizing them before they are taken to the hospital.‘all ambulances were manned by a nurse or paramedic and a driver’[as modifier] ‘a paramedic team was on its way’
- ‘A team of 10 firefighters and four paramedics cleared away rubble to reach the two men.’
- ‘The man was later carried out by police and paramedics, put on a stretcher and taken by ambulance to hospital.’
- ‘He was also taken by paramedics to the Friarage and was suffering from knee, ankle and facial injuries.’
- ‘The hotel was sealed off as a team of paramedics treated one of the injured workers.’
- ‘An ambulance operator gave advice over the phone as paramedics went to the scene.’
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