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@Ninou, I would hope as an ex-medic you'll agree that it's simply not helpful to have a slanging match on here (by a vast majority of people who really don't have a clue) over the rights or wrongs of this incident. Also, while much of what you say is valid, what none of us here know is the precise logistics in place for ambulance cover at Sepang and the operating procedures of track side medics and doctors relating to that cover. It is logistics and track geography that will dictate whether it is better for an on-track intervention by an ambulance, or if a pre-positioned ambulance a short distance from the track pointing straight toward the Clinica Mobile would be the optimal solution for that area.
Also saying Marco was already dead is anything but a moot point and given that this seemed so even to laymen present, it would certainly have focused the mind of any professional medic/doctor on scene to effect as hasty a rescue as absolutely possible.