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Dubai ambulance adds Lotus, Mustang cars to its fleet

Each of the cars, which will carry first aid kits needed to stabilize critical patients until regular ambulances arrive

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Dubai revealed its plan to add two super-fast sports cars to its health emergency service, the UAE-based Gulf News reported Monday.

The announcement, which was made during the Gitex Technology Week on Sunday, foresees the addition of a Lotus and two Ford Mustangs.

Each of the cars, which will carry first aid kits needed to stabilize critical patients until regular ambulances arrive, are due to be driven by trained drivers, officials said during the event.

They are expected to take half of the time required from regular ambulances to reach the place of the incident.

However, the fast cars, which can reach up to 300 Km/h, are not designed to transport patients.