Yeah, I know, I know. I might have to extend this to New Year's Eve if my ISP doesn't stop ballsing up.
You bend over and shake each of the men, and hit their faces. None of them stir.
You go over and climb into the driver's seat. You pick up the radio attached to the front of the ambulance and take it off the holder. You have no idea how to change channel or in fact use the radio at all, except that the button on the side allows you to speak. You push the button. "Hello? I need help, please!"
"This is control. Who is this?" replies a woman's voice. She sounds quite old.
"I was in an ambulance and then it crashed and everyone is asleep and I don't know what to do!" you say, beginning to cry.
"Where are you?"
"I'm in the ambulance."
"Okay... where is the ambulance?"
"I don't know!"
"Can you go check for me, honey?"
"Uh huh... okay..."
You open the door and are greeted by an immense snow storm. Snow begins to fly into the car at an alarming rate. You cannot see anything at all outside the ambulance - it is too dark and the snowfall is too thick. There is no way you can leave without being frozen to death. You slam the door shut quickly.
"Honey? Do you know where you are?"
"Can you go check, please?"
"But... well, you'll be okay, just find a signpost and..."
"No! It's windy as well and freezing and I'll be blown away and there's snow in the ambulance and I'm cold!"
"Right... well, you just stay there honey, and try to keep warm under some blankets. I'm going to send someone out to find you, okay?"
"But you need to tell me where you came from."
"Where is that?"
You tell her and she reassures you again. You go and find some blankets and hold them close to you. You drift off to sleep.
You wake up an indeterminate amount of time later. You find that the men are all still unconcious. However, the large whistling sound of the snowstorm has subsided, and all the snow in the ambulance has melted.
What DO you do?
A: Try to wake the men up again.
B: Talk to the woman on the radio.
C: Leave the ambulance.
D: Try to drive the ambulance.