Multimedia   ·   User Galleries   ·   News in Pictures Send us your pictures  Â·  Send us your stories A Dutch retired paramedic has revealed how he’s fulfilled the dying wishes of more than 14 000 terminally ill patients – after buying a fleet of ambulances and using them to transport dying people on one last trip, the Daily Mail reports. Kees Veldboer (60) came up with the touching idea when he had to transfer a terminally ill patient to another hospital. The patient’s tripped was then delayed and that’s when Kees asked the patient where he’d want to go. The man wanted to see the Rotterdam Harbour one last time – so Kees took him and even arranged for the man to go sailing even though he was on a stretcher. A year later, Kees founded the Stichting Ambulance Wens (“ambulance wish foundation”) and with the help of his wife, Ineke (61), he’s turned it into his full-time job. He’s managed to buy his own fleet of ambulances. Kees has helped more than 10 000 people live out their final wishes – and has taken them everywhere from art exhibitions to watching their favourite soccer team one last time. He even took one terminally ill teen from the Netherlands to Switzerland to see the...