Within seconds the ambulance service called me back, inquiring why I had rung. I described the situation, saying that I was not sure whether I needed an ambulance. I was kindly told that they would make that decision and was asked a few pertinent questions. The ambulance arrived in under five minutes.
Typically, the very efficient paramedic head of team was a Scotsman with a strong Glaswegian accent. He thought Ontario was a fine place to live.