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'We have to watch people die': 24 hours with Madrid's emergency ambulance crews – photo essay

Photojournalist Pablo García Sacristán spent a day and night with Madrid’s Summa crews, offering medical - and psychological – support to coronavirus patients

At 8am on a normal weekday, the streets of Madrid would be choked with traffic.

But there’s been no such thing as a normal day in the capital for well over a month. Normality has long since disappeared in the fight against Covid-19, and the city’s main arteries are unclogged by cars.

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