DATS

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DATSDrug & Alcohol Treatment Specialist (counseling)
DATSDead At The Scene
DATSDental Assistant Training School
DATSData Automated Tower Simulator
DATSDigital Audio Transmission Service
DATSDefense Information System Network Access Transport Services
DATSDisabled Adults Transit Service
DATSDigital-Analog Test Set (Hekimian)
DATSDrill and Transfer System
DATSDigital Access Time Slot
DATSDigital Analog Transmission System
DATSDigital Automatic Test Set
DATSDISN (Defense Information Systems Network) Access Transport Services (US DoD)
DATSDirect Access Telephone System
DATSDrug & Alcohol Training Service (UK)
DATSDream Achieve to Survive (Philippines)
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"Sadly my friend lost his life in a critical work injury and sadly got pronounced dead at the scene.
"Police and ambulance attended the location but despite their best efforts the female was pronounced dead at the scene."
Sadly, despite the efforts of motorists and staff from the West Midlands Ambulance Service, the 28-year-old male rider was pronounced dead at the scene.
"Emergency services attended and the man in his 30s was sadly pronounced dead at the scene. It is believed a tram collided with the man.
Michael Liddell, 68, was pronounced dead at the scene following the crash on June 13.
'The driver and another passenger who were in the Wira Aeroback car were also confirmed dead at the scene of the incident,' he said in a statement, today.
"Ambulance staff performed CPR and administered advanced life support but sadly it became apparent nothing could be done to save the man and he was confirmed dead at the scene."
Tragically, the pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene."
He was also pronounced dead at the scene after the tragic crash on the N69 Coast Road between Glin and Tarbert in Co Limerick at around 12.40pm.
"The woman was sadly pronounced dead at the scene. Police are assisting ambulance crews at the scene and the death is not being treated as suspicious."