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How a Free Ambulance Service Is Saving Lives In Rural India (

Karimul Haque has safely transported over 5,000 people to the hospital in the last 19 years—all free of charge. After his mother passed away because she couldn’t get to a hospital in time, Haque turned grief into action and started his free ambulance service in a remote area of India. He couldn’t bear the thought of another mother suffering the same fate. Today, Haque’s entire family has joined his efforts, saving lives day and night.


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