Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 21 December 2022

How many more like her will suffer? Pensioner, 93, is left lying on the floor for 25 HOURS with ‘broken hip’ – as ambulances prepare to join 10,000 nurses in mass NHS walkout tomorrow… with No10 telling people to only call 999 if they are dying

A 93-year-old pensioner was left lying on the floor ‘screaming in pain’ while waiting for an ambulance for 25 hours after a fall.

Elizabeth Davies was finally taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor but then had to endure another 12-hour wait to be admitted to a ward.

Her heartbreaking ordeal came ahead of the biggest 999 walkout since the 1980s tomorrow, which will see thousands more NHS staff strike just a day after around 10,000 nurses took to picket lines in a dispute over pay.

Health minister Will Quince urged Britons not to ring 999 unless they are sure their condition is ‘life-threatening’. He said people should avoid doing anything ‘risky’.

Soldiers are being given last-minute training to fill in for striking ambulance drivers tomorrow, while a senior officer has admitted there will be ‘nerves’ among the troops.

Health Secretary Steve Barclay met ambulance unions today in a last ditch effort to avoid further chaos but failed, after discussions around pay were off the table.

He is facing calls to resign unless he gets a grip on the crisis.

After the meeting, he tweeted: ‘I hugely value the work of our NHS staff [and] it’s disappointing some union members are going ahead with further strike action – my door remains open to further talks.

‘Unions have called for industrial action to cause maximum disruption & inevitably this will have an impact.

‘My priority remains patient safety. We have contingency plans in place & I have met with ambulance union reps today urging them to honour their commitment to provide responses to life-threatening emergency calls.’

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