After reading Purpleplus’s description of the goings on at a typical hospital A&E in a large British city, you may well prefer to stay home and take your chances.
It’s the sort of thing the OH and I used to see at Whipps Cross Hospital in London everyday of the week, that I saw at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital just after lunch on a weekday, and that we’ve seen at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary on a Sunday after the football.
Hardly surprising then, that paramedics and ambulance technicians start musing about turning into Steven Seagal…
“But that would make you as bad as them.”
“No, I’m a lot ******* worse.”
Can’t say I blame them.