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Canada donates ambulances to Ukraine
13:20, 2 September 2015
Canada donates ambulances to Ukraine

Ambulances from Alberta and Saskatoon will arrive next week in Kyiv

13:20, 2 September 2015

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"Ambulances are a key tool on the front lines of any emergency. That's why a bunch of volunteers, paramedic groups, and the provincial and federal government are helping send four of them to Ukraine. The ambulances are from Saskatoon, Parkland Ambulance in Prince Albert, Sask., Duck Mountain EMS and Associated Ambulance services in Edmonton. They are due to arrive in Kyiv, Ukraine sometime next week," according to CBC News

Saskatchewan-Ukrainian Relations Advisory Committee member Dave Dutchak said: "There's a significant need there with what's going on over there... There are some reports they could use up to 45 ambulances, and so we're looking at a two-phase project, this being the first phase with four ambulances". He also expressed his hope concerning further shipments of ambulances for Ukrainian army.

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