The second part of your comment is stupid since when did I say I wanted police/fire/ambulance to obey the posted speed limit in an emergency situation.
What about the danger to other road users while they are doing their dangerous 63 kph without any visual or audio warning systems.
Again, as mentioned before, police/fire/ambo dont drive around with impunity breaking rules and endangering public. They are criminally liable for their actions.
Sometimes the quiet approach is necessary and is in the best interests of public safety. Every situation is different.
Im surprised the Herald arent having a slow news week and jump on this topic as "SPEEDING POLICE NEARLY KILL INNOCENT ROAD USER"
I mean, taking a simple picture on a phone while at an accident scene can become national news........ ;-)