Ambulance Goes Slightly Astray

Another screwup thanks to blindly following a GPS navigation system instead of, well, thinking, this time by a British ambulance that went 200 miles off-course on what was supposed to be a routine, 20-minute transfer. The drivers, according to the UPI article, “have been told to study their geography and learn to think for themselves.” Ahem. Via Engadget again — I think they like these stories as much as I do.

Previously: More German Driving Misadventures; Hang a Left at the Pile of Sand; Getting Stuck in a Narrow Welsh Laneway; Because My Car Said So; Crackpot Directions Send Drivers Along a Cliff.