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The days against the clock of the paramedics of Venezuela to save lives

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Caracas, Feb 5 (EFE) (CAMERA: Iván Cárdenas).- A white pick-up truck rides through Caracas amid the heavy traffic in the afternoon with three paramedics ready to practice emergency relief.

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