Councilor’s mother faints on floor, dies after ambulance arrives 11 hours late

There have been several instances of patient deaths due to late arrival of ambulances. Recently, such incidents in Britain have created a stir. And the victim is a British councillor. Questions have been raised about the British health service since last July’s incident came to light. Councilor Matthew Albert of Burwell, a small town 100 miles (160 kilometers) north of London, said his mother Jacqueline suddenly collapsed at home at around 4:30 a.m. local time after waking up on July 10. His waist bone was broken. He informed the ambulance at around five in the morning to take the 78-year-old woman to the hospital. But about 11 hours after reporting, an ambulance arrived and Jacqueline was admitted to hospital.

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After 11 hours of being taken to the hospital, the Burwell councilor said no last breath was done. He said Jacqueline died of sepsis in the hospital two days later. Mathew claimed that the doctors told him that the incident was due to the delay in taking him to the hospital.
The British councilor blamed Britain’s poor health service for the mother’s death. He also became emotional while recalling the tragic death of his mother. Mathew claimed that the ambulance authorities refused to inform him of the reason for the late arrival.

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