Coroner blames man’s death on government cuts to ambulance service

Pride's Purge

(not satire – it’s the UK today)

It’s official.

Government cuts to ambulance and A&E services are causing deaths.

Hartlepool coroner Malcolm Donnelly ruled the death of William Gouldburn, 73, was a “sad consequence” of a lack of ambulance resources.

In his ruling the coroner also said about Mr Gouldburn’s death: “Had there been more ambulances available the outcome might have been different.

Here’s the full story from the Hartlepool Mail:

Hartlepool man died after waiting two hours for ambulance


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