All of the people.
The trucks, which are equipped with sobering-up stations can become the norm for British cities, announced in the NHS – the national health service of the country.
Thus revellers who drank too much, you can keep away from other patients to emergency services, said the Agency.
Head of service Simon Stevens said he closely monitor how mobile units will operate on new year’s eve and then take a final decision on their widespread implementation.
Sobering-up stations on wheels – this is a safe place for those who have drank too much and requires examination and sleep it off.
They are often taken to the streets over the festive period to keep people from getting to hospitals.
These trucks are also called the “drunk bus”. They have medication, beds, and sometimes even showers.
In several cities – Newcastle, Cardiff, Manchester and Bristol – they have work all year round.
Now Simon Stevens advises to resort to such practices to other cities, since approximately 15% of calls to the emergency services associated with alcohol consumption.
And on Fridays and Saturdays this rises to 70%.
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