999 crew rush to emergency as rapper sings: “Move b**** – get out the way”

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A HILARIOUS video shows an ambulance crew racing to an emergency in heavy traffic as they apparently listen to a rapper say: “Move b**** – get out the way.”

The track by Ludacris can be heard over the sound of the sirens as the crew battle their way along a congested dual carriageway in Hull.

The clip was uploaded to a social media site dedicated to the emergency services with the caption: “Move b****…(make more sense with your sound on)”.

It remains unclear whether the track was actually playing at the time of recording or was added later.

Move bitch…(Makes more sense with your sound on)

Posted by Emergency Services Humour on Sunday, 17 December 2017

 

The video, appearing to have been filmed from a passenger onboard the emergency vehicle, begins as the song starts to play.

As the crew begin to appraoch a line of traffic on the dual carriageway, the other motorists pull out of the way of the ambulance to allow it through.

Filtering down the centre of the the two lanes inbetween traffic, the lyrics to the song can be heard playing: “Move b***h, get out the way, get out the way b***h, get out the way.”

Artic lorries and small cars can be seen mounting the central reservation and kerb to make way for the ambulance which can be heard with its sirens on.

The track by Ludacris can be heard over the sound of the sirens as the crew battle their way along a congested dual carriageway in Hull.

Blue lights can be seen reflecting off of the other vehicles on the road as the one minute long clip plays.

The video ends with the the emergency vehicle approaching a long line of traffic and the song continuing.

The funny video was uploaded by Emergency Services Humour earlier this week, however, it is unclear when it was filmed.

Since being posted online, the clip has received over 133,000 views with nearly 2,000 likes.

Hundreds of social media users have also commented on the footage.

Samantha Murphy wrote: “Pretty sure everyone in EMS [emergency medical services] has done this at least once in their career.”

Nigel Robin Jenkinson said: Wrong or right. This did make me laugh.”

Christopher Woods responded: “This should be used as EMS recruitment video”

While another Facebook users asked: “What’s the song for when they don’t move?”

Emergency Services Humour replied with a Gerry Raffery lyric: “Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right, here I am stuck in the middle with you…”

The clip was uploaded to a social media site dedicated to the emergency services with the caption: “Move b****…(make more sense with your sound on)”.

Earlier this year it was announced that ambulances and fire engines in Sweden were testing a system which jams car radios so as their sirens can be heard.

Instead it will broadcast a voice telling the driver an emergency vehicle is on its way. A text message also appears in the radio display.

The song by Ludacris was released in 2001 and reached number 10 in the US Billboard chart.

Yorkshire Ambulance Service declined to comment.

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