A Style Of Transporting Patients To Hospital In A Village Causes Stir On Social Media
Residents of a village have developed their way of transporting patients to the hospital.
As it stands now, villages in some parts of the regions suffer to transfer one to the hospital for treatment when one falls sick due to a lack of Ambulance. It reveals that some villages in Africa need an ambulance; because it becomes difficult when inhabitants are ill.
As a result of lacking proper means of transporting patients, inhabitants of a village have invented their ambulance. As seen, a rope is linked to the bicycle to transfer a sick person to the hospital. Two men were sighted pushing a patient on two bicycles tied with rope to the hospital. Long wood was used to support the bicycles.
Though it is not clear which village that happened, it’s good to let you know that villages in parts of Ghana don’t have ambulances. And need development.
In this century, it’s sad that some villages don’t have an ambulance to transfer patients.
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