Byline: MICHAEL MCHUGH A NORTHERN Ireland Ambulance Service paramedic has been dismissed after failing to attend an emergency call.
What does NIAS stand for?
NIAS stands for Northern Ireland Ambulance Service
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- National Innovation Awareness Strategy (Australia)
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- National Institute of Advanced Studies (India)
- National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (Japan)
- Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies
- Non-Proprietary Image Analysis System
- Nordic Institute of Asian Studies
- Northern Inland Academy of Sport (Australia)
- Northern Ireland Archery Society
- National Initiative for Autism Screening and Assessment (National Autistic Society; London, England, UK)
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- Northeastern Illinois Association of Snowmobile Clubs
- NSA (National Security Agency) Information Assurance Service Center
- Nissho Iwai Aerospace Corporation
- Netherlands Institute for Academic Studies in Damascus
- National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
- National Indigenous Australians' Sexual Health Strategy (Department of Health and Ageing; Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service said it responded to a 999 call at about 6.
John McPoland, of the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service, said the woman, who was treated by two ambulance crews, was lucky to be alive.
A second contract is with the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service for the supply of 18 frontline accident and emergency ambulances in a deal worth pounds 1 million.
A number of pilot schemes have already been introduced in towns in Britain and the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service has recommended that the machines should be introduced in Ulster as quickly as possible.
A Northern Ireland Ambulance Service spokesman said the blaze was contained within a relatively small area, which is understood to be the roof, but other wards were affected by smoke and water damage.
John McPoland from the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service said more than 20 of its personnel attended the scene.
An investigation is now under way within the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service and the Belfast City Hospital Trust to discover just what went wrong that night.