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New positive craze called Hit the Ambulance #HitTheAmbulance

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New positive craze called Hit the Ambulance #HitTheAmbulance 4
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A new craze is sweeping across social media which is for once positive and it’s all about cheering up our emergency service workers.

It might be called hit the ambulance but you are also allowed to hit the police, the fire service and all other emergency service vehicles.

New positive craze called Hit the Ambulance #HitTheAmbulance 1

What is the Craze Called?

The #HitTheAmbulance and it is being called a game whereby you hit an ambulance, police, fire or another emergency service with random acts of kindness.

Incidents on Teesside & County Durham released an image after the craze made it’s way to the area they cover ‘Teesside’ after they’d spotted the random act of kindness whilst on home visits in Billingham.

Fire crews return to their vehicle to find that sweets and a note had been left. The great thing about this craze is to make someone’s day and show appreciation of our emergency services does not need to take a lot.

 

What are the rules?

That is the great thing the rules are simple.

See an ambulance or emergency vehicle

  1. leave some treats on the windscreen 5 points

  2. Speak to the crew a bit 10 points

  3. But for 20 points, leave them looking bemused hand over the choccies, biscuits.,whatever smile say have a good shift, and then disappear

It is simply a way of lifting the morale of our emergency service workers.

Now go and #HitTheAmbulance

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