British Government Health Service Locks Man in Ambulance

The British government’s National Health Service has apologized to a patient and his family after an NHS ambulance driver drove him to an ambulance station and, as the BBC put it “went home and forgot about him.”

The man was found five hours later after a search commenced following his failure to return to his place of residence.

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