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Ambulance offers hope in war-torn Somalia

by Pat Coate | September 30, 2009
"People here find it hard to believe it is real."
- Rufai Salad, free ambulance service co-founder

Chaos and death on the streets of Mogadishu: unfortunately, it's nothing new in the Somali capital.

The ambulance is one of seven medical vehicles paid for with donated funds from local and expatriate Somalis ... Residents can simply call for the ambulances without charge, and the vehicles will be dispatched to the scene.

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