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  • Events as described by IWJS seems to be happening all over the area covered by the trust if reports in other local papers are an indication. If chap A at Southery gets his arm caught in a baler what he wants to see asap is an ambulance fully equipped to get him to hospital in time to save his life or limb. What he doesnt want is the extra delay of a paramedic who might stop the bleeding but still has to call an ambulance. But most especially he does not want some half wit at a call centre diverting the ambulance to Hunstanton because they have been told that yes chap A is conscious and breathing and they use their " judgement" to call chap B as the most serious case. There needs to be ambulances for both. I can't see the justification for spending on paramedics in cars who can only do half a job rather than enough ambulances to cope with emergencies over a large rural area and to get people to hospital quickly. If this means throwing a wobbly at the daft way A&E admissions are processed then we must do that too.

    Daisy Roots

    Saturday, November 17, 2012

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