So when a paramedic (the man or woman dressed in green or yellow overalls with 'NHS' all over them, attending to your desperately ill neighbour) asks you to move your car out of the way so they can take their patient to hospital, you move it.
Are you listening, Mrs Gillian Birdsall?
'I came back out again and I heard Mrs Birdsall shouting at the ambulance lady, saying "Has anybody died?" really sarcastically and she repeated it again, "Has anybody died?"That cost you £500 plus costs.
And the contempt of everyone who reads this story in the newspapers. Hope you think it was worth it.
10-1 on she works in the public sector. 5-1 on in local government, 2-1 on in education or social work.
According to the 'Mail', she works two part-time jobs, but they don't say where. The 'Telegraph' says she's a 'part time ASDA worker'.
Wherever she works, she's surely only a part-time human being...
This Lady will damn her spot.
£500 for a human life!
Wow, they really threw the book this time.
Within the report it sais that the delay did not cause the death.
Is this the same NHS that insists with heart conditions and strokes, that every second counts?
Which are we to believe?
I know what I believe.
Why is every body in the U,K today shit scared opf saying a bad word about anybody, even when, as in this case, they deserve every piece of it?
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