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Cheap solar ambulances to speed into service in rural Bangladesh
by Mushfique Wadud
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14 February 2017
On 14 February 2017 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
An inexpensive, solar-powered ambulance that can fit down narrow laneways is set to hit the road in rural Bangladesh this year, its manufacturers say. The three-wheeled van, as well-equipped as ambulances used in Bangladesh's cities, runs entirely on solar power -- including solar battery power at night -- and can be used in rural areas with no grid electricity, according to the developers.
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Kamal Hossain, a driver who has tested a prototype of the ambulance, said that it was safe and comfortable to drive on both smooth and rough surfaces, and went at a good speed.
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