How much does an Ambulance Weigh?
The word “ambulance originates from the Latin word “ambulare” which means “to move about” making a reference to the transportation of patients. There are many types of ambulances from those with sirens and warning lights designated for emergency cases, to ambulances intended for the transport of non emergency patients to buses, hospital ships and boats. The first ambulance was used in 1487 by the Spanish people for emergency transport. On average an ambulance weighs between 3.5 and 7 tons.
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