Dad dies of heart attack hours after bungling paramedics refuse to take him to A&E – dismissing it as a PANIC ATTACK
Tragic Jeffrey Corbin, 59, was even persuaded not to go to hospital by an ambulance crew who told him he would have to wait up to SEVEN HOURS in A&E for treatment. Shockingly, when he collapsed in his bedroom 24 hours later on April 20 last year it took 75 minutes for a first responder to turn up after he was categorised as a low priority.
Cancer survivor outrage after hysterectomy left her with one leg – THREE STONE heavier than the otherMary-Ann Wood’s left leg began to swell after beating cervical cancer 17 years ago, but it’s now so massive that ...
A make-up artist teased at school for having big BREASTS has beaten the bullies to become a sexy underwear model for curvy women
Stunning Danielle Fearon, 24, was picked on by cruel classmates when she started developing earlier than other girls as a shy teenager. She was so ashamed of her 32DD figure she covered up by wearing frumpy unflattering clothes after bullies accused her of stuffing tissues down her bra.
Son tells of horror at discovering his late mum had been swindled out of her £100K life-savings by postal scammersVicki Westwood, 81, was deluged with an average of 100 letters a week for SIX YEARS along with dozens of ...
Mass search for missing teen Becky Watts as friend reveals last text sent nine minutes before she vanishedCourtney Bicker sent a regular greeting to the 16-year-old – who read the message but did not reply – last ...
A husband and wife married for 60 years who died within just days of each are to be buried together in a DOUBLE COFFIN – holding hands
Devoted Victor and Elsie Bower were teenage sweethearts who would cry when they had to spend time apart over their six decades of marriage. The husband and wife passed away just nine days apart when Elsie, aged 80, died of a broken heart on February 17 after her beloved husband Victor, 82, died from blood cancer.
New £440,000,000 super hospital issues patients with HANDBELLS to attract attention – including 84-year-old who cannot pick it up
The state-of-the-art unit opened in May but 23 clinical rooms – used when there is a lack of other beds – are still without a proper electronic patient alert system. Patients have been issued with metal handbells to attract attention, including dementia patient Molly Goddard, 84, who was rushed to hospital after breaking her hip.