Viewers suspected that the man was hoping to avoid the high price tag of medical treatment in the U.S.
Officers located the vehicle with GPS and the suspect was taken into custody without incident.
The incident occurred after 89-year-old Elizabeth Mahoney spent ten weeks in the hospital recovering from COVID.
Police have confirmed the deceased is 95-year-old Brooklyn resident Fruma Grosbard.
The Houston Police Department said the man stole the ambulance while Houston Fire Department responders were on a call at an apartment building nearby.
Thankfully, the girl is doing fine, and one of the key reasons that she survived is because her grandmother administered effective first-aid immediately.
"But here's the deal: if somebody gets sick from what you did, you handle it. Don't call an ambulance and expose an ambulance driver. Don't go to the hospital," Cuomo said Monday.
The unidentified person reportedly hurled bricks at the ambulance, jumped on the hood of the vehicle and caused extensive damage.
The event, held by the Bristol Youth Strike, drew people from across the country despite the poor weather.
The suspect, who was not named but described as being in his 60s, hijacked the vehicle from the Cypress Creek Hospital, a psychiatric facility in Houston. He bought a KFC and some cigarettes, police said.
A West Virginia EMS director was suspended after posting a picture touting Trump's border wall that showed several decapitated dark-skinned men's heads behind a smiling white man.
Around 50 children showed symptoms such as nausea and vomiting after reporting a strong smell of rotten eggs in the playground.
The woman allegedly made "several attempts" to grab an officer's firearm.
"He didn't see the push coming," a fellow barber said.
"I am going to die," the distressed 22-year-old told the dispatcher, who answered with, "Yes, certainly, you will die one day, just like everyone does."
The shark was said to be four meters long.
The man was trying to feed them through the bars of their cage and was only saved when onlookers intervened by throwing sticks and stones at the big cats.
The FCC unanimously votes for improved indoor location for emergency calls, worrying civil liberties advocates.