stretcher off


w>stretcher off

vt sepauf einer (Trag)bahre wegtragen or abtransportieren
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They received a Health and Safety height directive from bosses telling them NOT to take the stretcher off the roof of the new 4x4 rescue vehicles as it was too high.
"We then carried the man on our stretcher off the muddy path and down a track around 300m before he was transferred to the waiting ambulance, for further assessment and transfer to hospital."
Skipper Dylan Hartley was taken off on a stretcher off after 67 minutes after a sickening clash with Uina Antonio's knee, and was KO'd before he hit the ground.
Three of the original 38-strong team were unable to make it to the summit because of altitude sickness and five more had to be carried on a stretcher off the mountain once they had completed the climb.
Brown was taken off on a stretcher off in the 13th minute after coming off second best in a collision with Andrea Masi, the Italian centre.
A Brecon MRT doctor administered a litre of fluids by IV-drip and the casualty was carried by stretcher off the mountain by the rescue teams.
A local resident told the <em>BBC</em>: "I saw at least six people carry a stretcher off the gangway into a waiting ambulance.
Gibbs turned his ankle going for a challenge, was carried off on a stretcher off but bravely came back on.
Minutes later, his foot swelled and he was taken on a stretcher off the field.
Terry had been carried off on a stretcher off after the horror incident but came round before he reached the tunnel and later rejoined the players to help them celebrate their second Carling Cup success inside three years.
Raise the stretcher off the mattress before pulling the lift away from the bed.
Firefighters strapped him to a spinal stretcher, while a crane lifted the stretcher off the 30ft rig.