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    Default Well done to """Whistleblower" Ambulance Worker

    Very interesting link/breaking news about Caithness/Sutherland Ambulance Workers on Moray Firth Radio. Good for the ambulance worker who blew the whistle.


    https://planetradio.co.uk/mfr/local/...th-ambulances/

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    Yes, well done!

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    I am absolutely enraged.
    this person should be driving ambulances instead of messing about playing with whistles
    W.A.T.P.

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    Should put a "Hospital" carriage on the train if they are going to insist on running down services at Caithness General & moving patients to Inverness.

    But that's too logical so will probably never happen.
    “We're trapped in the belly of this horrible machine....
    And the machine is bleeding to death."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alrock View Post
    Should put a "Hospital" carriage on the train if they are going to insist on running down services at Caithness General & moving patients to Inverness.

    But that's too logical so will probably never happen.
    woukd take a skilled surgeon to remove an appendix on that train line.
    mind you they could do some big OPs in the 4 hour journey
    W.A.T.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mi16 View Post
    woukd take a skilled surgeon to remove an appendix on that train line.
    mind you they could do some big OPs in the 4 hour journey
    Not as skilled as they'd need to be to remove an appendix on the A9.
    “We're trapped in the belly of this horrible machine....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alrock View Post
    Not as skilled as they'd need to be to remove an appendix on the A9.
    Ach I dunno, a good long straight across dornoch bridge, so long as the sidewinds arent too course
    W.A.T.P.

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    a hospital carriage on the train would be tempting fate. When i was in for an emergency op on a ruptured and gangrenous appendix, the surgeon told me the following day "it was a train wreck in there....really messy"

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    They'd all be shivering in woolly jumpers and hats on the train's Emergency Ward 10.

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    It's 4 and a half hours now
    Live for today as tomorrow may never come

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fran View Post
    It's 4 and a half hours now
    im sure a surgeon could manage to whip an appendix out in that time despite the NHS/Scotrail cutbacks :-)

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