Officers of the Wellington Free Ambulance tend a patient before putting him into a new ‘London style’ ambulance in 1943. The organisation was founded in 1927 at the instigation of Wellington mayor Charles Norwood. Norwood was also a car-assembly industrialist, and through his influence the ambulance fleet acquired up-to-date vehicles.
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