Message posted by
on 27 November 2015
@ 27/11/2015 19:15:18
I think that everyone is completely missing the point here. The fault, if there is one, is with the ambulance service, NOT the police. If someone is injured in a RTC then the ambulance should be attending. In fact, as I understand it, the first emergency service to call in a road traffic collision is actually the fire brigade! They have the equipment & skills to keep people safe & stable until a suitable ambulance can attend. Ultimately, the police will always be called out anyway by the control room.
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