If an ambulance is on its way to save someone, and it runs someone over, does it stop to help them too?

This question may seem like a joke, but it raises an interesting ethical dilemma. If an ambulance is racing to save a life and accidentally runs someone over, do they stop to help the person they just hit? It's a tricky situation, but you'd hope that the answer is an emphatic "yes". After all, isn't the whole point of an ambulance to save lives, not take them?

Of course, in a perfect world, accidents like this wouldn't happen. But if they do, it's reassuring to know that the paramedics on board will do everything in their power to help everyone involved - even if it means taking an unexpected detour on the way to their original destination.

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