rush to the hospital

rush to the hospital

1. To travel to the hospital as quickly as possible. I rushed to the hospital when I heard my wife had gone into labor. It's just a minor cut. No need to rush to the hospital or anything.
2. To transport someone to the hospital as quickly as possible. We rushed him to the hospital after he collapsed on the floor. We had to rush the woman to the hospital in a helicopter because of her remote location.
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rush someone to the hospital

to take someone to the hospital very quickly. They had to rush her to the hospital because she had stopped breathing. We rushed Uncle Harry to the hospital after he complained of chest pains.
See also: hospital, rush
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30 pm -- almost an hour since the chaos had begun and halfan- hour since the victim had fallen from the tree -- that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal began his address during which he said he would immediately rush to the hospital to see the victim.
About 6 months into a pregnancy, some anxious parents-to-be stash a suitcase at the front door and nervously wait day and night for that moment when the mother's labor starts and the mad rush to the hospital begins.