Compassionate yet detached


The UK capital was recently struck by a heinous terror attack. As the nation watched the events unfold on TV, authorities and citizens were most impressed with the speed and efficiency of police and the paramedics. The Ambulance Service declared the attack as a ‘major incident’. Social media was flooded with comments regarding what this meant, as it was already obvious for the whole nation that the attack was a ‘major incident’.

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