I'm a WSJ journalist doing an in-depth look at why people are using rideshare like Uber and Lyft to get to the Emergency Room. I'm focusing on the DC-metro area and looking for driver experiences.
I was curious if any of you had driven distressed or injured pax and would be interested...
This is of real concern.
How many times have you transported a person that needs serious medical help?
We are not paramedics!!!
Uber needs to get this message out to the general public.
It is abuse of drivers and is putting peoples lives at risk, including drivers.
When Uber drivers replace...
Hello! My name is Kennedy Simone and I'm a reporter for the Columbia Missourian. I'm working on a story about people using Uber instead of ambulances to get to the emergency room. Would any local drivers like to share their experience with that?
Wondering if anyone here knows if either Lyft Line or Uber Pool have changed things, so that you're able to cancel stops on either, without canceling the entire trip??
I mainly just ask because I just saw this Buzzfeed article about how pax are using rideshare instead of ambulances to get to...
Passengers Who Call Uber Instead Of An Ambulance Put Drivers At Risk
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Mike Fish was driving for Uber 10 minutes outside...
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name her newborn son Uber after giving birth to him in one of the ride-sharing company's taxis in New Delhi en route to the...
Last week I accepted a ride from SFC thinking I was picking up a student studying late on campus. Turns out it was a teacher (guradian or chaperone?) and two students attending some event there. One of the students twisted her ankle some how. So they asked me to rush them to the ER.