Post-Collision Response – Case Study: Emergency Corridors

  • August 26, 2018

ETSC’s REVIVE project maps good practices in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Fire and Rescue Services (FRS) across the EU28 and raises the profile of both EMS and FRS on the national and European political agendas. The REVIVE project aims at improving post-collision response and emergency care provided by EMS and FRS in order to mitigate the consequences of road collisions. It contributes to promoting the need for a coordinated, EU-wide action on tackling serious road traffic injuries.

In this case study, emergency corridors, sometimes also known as rescue lanes, are discussed.

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