Emergency services across our region are looking at ways to get to accidents on motorways and major roads more quickly.
A group of paramedics from South Western Ambulance Service have been specially trained on motorbikes - so they can be more mobile than a normal ambulance or car.
It is often difficult for ambulances to get to an emergency when there is heavy traffic but a motorcycle can weave in and out of the queues.
The police have teamed up with South Western Ambulance Service's motorcycle paramedics - to get to incidents on motorways quickly.
Scott King is one of four, who ride these mini ambulances across the region.
The specialist unit, a team of four paramedics, all with advanced motorcycle response training, base themselves throughout the region at strategic points on the major roads and motorways and can deploy at a moment’s notice, particularly at peak and busy times.
They can also mean an end to long road closures as they can immediately assess the nature of the incident.