There should be separate lane for emergency vehicles( Ambulance,Fire brigade etc) in all over India..we can take initiative from Delhi which is capital of India.Every second heart attack patient in India takes more than 400 minutes to reach a hospital, which is almost 13 times more than the ideal window of 30 minutes, government data shows. According to times of India about 146,133 people were killed in road accidents in India in the year 2016. Unfortunately about 30% of deaths are caused due to delayed ambulance.I know it is difficult to do because the roads are not broad enough But we can make separate lane in those areas where Construction of new roads is going on . Also we can learn from Germany... Drivers split down the middle to both sides to create an open lane in the middle of the road to let emergency vehicles through. People should immediately act on hearing the siren instead of looking here and there.There should be a traffic constable to bring all the vehicular traffic to a halt on to the left and right side of the road on hearing siren sound from approaching vehicle so that emergency vehicle can pass from the middle.They must ensure that no body including VIP vehicle is allowed to go ahead overtaking others until the emergency vehicle passes.
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