Cyclist VS Ambulance | Eastbourne | RE10 PF2 | Road Rage
Nothing much needs to be said apart from literally all forms of vehicles
and drivers can get seriously close.
Bad driving and nothing the cyclist could do apart from brake and back of.
On the bright side if he had of been hit atleast he would of been in safe
Still stupid driving.
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2013 Brooklands Mayday Emergency Vehicles Day Part 1 - Vehicles Arriving
This is the first of a number of videos made at the Brooklands Emergency
Vehicle Mayday Event in 2013. This one shows some of the magnificent
Emergency Vehicles arriving for the day long annual event.
As always there was a lot of interesting and sometime historic vehicles to
see right up close. The recovery industry was well supported this year by
the attendance of both RISC (Recovery Industry Support Charity) and the
Institute of Vehicle Recovery
Compilation 2 - London emergency services responding
The second compilation of emergency services in London, filmed in
May/August/October, below a list of the videos with the times and a little
0:00 - LAS Honda ST1300 Motorcycle on a shout through Whitehall.
0:11 - Metropolitan Police ANPR Interceptor on scene at a call on Baker
0:25 - LAS Honda ST1300 Motorcycle on a shout on William IV Street.
0:32 - Metropolitan Police Public Order Van responding through Baker
Street, passing the Sherlock Holmes museum.
1:03 - LAS Ambulance responding through Trafalgar Square in busy traffic.
2:03 - A Hyundai i30 IRV responding through Cambridge Circus, where
Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road cross.
2:08 - An unmarked Skoda Octavia on a shout just outside the Lambeth North
underground station. The car could already be heard from within the
underground station, but a large bus prevented filming earlier.
2:16 - LAS Ambulance on a shout through Barking Road in Newham, close to
the Westham United stadium.
2:23 - A Ford Transit Station Van of the Metropolitan Police responding
through Baker Street's busy traffic.
2:57 - A Vauxhall Vivaro van of the Diplomatic Protection Group responding
through the busy Trafalgar Square traffic.
3:44 - A LAS ambulance plays with the sirens for a bit on a shout through
York Road, outside the Waterloo station and close to known sights such as
Big Ben, House of Parlaiment and the London Eye.
4:04 - Pump Ladder A231 of the London Fire Brigade, housed at the Euston
station near Kings Cross Station, on scene of a fire alert at a restaurant
accross the road of the fire station. Unfortunately unable to film the
response itself, did see the pump ladder turning out from a short distance
4:14 - RRV (Rapid Response Vehicle) of the LAS, a Volvo XC70, responding
through Trafalgar Square.
4:40 - LAS Ambulance on a shout through Prince Albert Road, close to the
4:57 - An unmarked Ford C-Max, with what seems as armed officers inside the
vehicle, responding through Trafalgar Square.
5:43 - St John CATS (Children Acute Transport Service) ambulance responding
on York Road, probably heading towards the St Thomas' Hospital which is
just around the corner. A bit of a short one, but I thought the usage of
the double sirens made it worthy enough to upload it.
5:52 - An older LAS Ambulance with lights that are hard to catch,
responding through Trafalgar Square.
6:30 - A Ford Transit Station Van responding through Trafalgar Square. It
was standing waiting for the lights when suddenly the blue lights went on,
hence the later start of the video.
6:42 - An ambulance (I don't know what service it belongs to) on blue
lights near the University College Hospital, because the sirens weren't on,
I spotted it later.
6:49 - An ambulance of the LAS on a shout through Cambridge Circus, driving
into Moor Street.
2012 Brooklands Mayday Emergency Vehicles Day Part 2 - Dealing with an RTC
This is the second of a number of videos made at the Brooklands Emergency
Vehicle Mayday Event in 2012. This one I am afraid is slightly spoiled by
the microphone picking up background noise, we hope this does not spoil
your enjoyment too much. It shows Police and ambulance services dealing
with an RTC.