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This afternoon.

Davitt Road, Drimnagh, Dublin.

Ambulance personnel associated with the PNA (Psychiatric Nurses Association) complete their the second day of strike action. Around 500 ambulance personnel are picketing at locations across the country today, as they demand the HSE to recognise the union of their choice.

Two further strike days are planned, for February 28 and March 1

Sam Boal/RollingNews

This morning/afternoon.

Naas hospital, County Kildare.

National Ambulance Service (NAS) workers who are members of the Psychiatric Nurses Association (PNA) ambulance branch NASRA – are staging a a ten-hour strike at hospitals across the country.

The PNA has warned that it may stage more ambulance strikes if the Health Service Executive does not engage on its right to represent members.

The dispute centres on the Health Services’s refusal to recognise the PNA…

…The HSE said that recognising yet another union would impair good industrial relations within the National Ambulance Service

PNA warns of more strikes if HSE does not engage over union recognition (RTÉ)

Eamonn Farrell/RollingNews

Screech.

This afternoon.

Dublin Castle, Dublin 2

Martin Dunne, Director of the HSE National Ambulance Service and Minister for Health Simon Harris  (middle pic) review some of the 91 vehicles the National Ambulance Service has introduced into its services during 2017.

They include a range of energy efficient emergency care vehicles, including solar panelled ambulances.

Needs more trolleys.

Fight!

Also: name that bike, anyone?

Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

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Paul Colgan tweetz:

GSOC investigating crash between stolen ambulance and bus in Drogheda this afternoon. Gardai were in pursuit.

Man injured after crashing stolen ambulance into bus in Drogheda (Irish Times)

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iRkGymTS9g&feature=youtu.be

Anon writes:

“The  ambulance/jeep incident [at Aungier Street, Dublin] from the other day on CCTV…”

Previously: On Aungier Street