Laois GAA Club Voice Their Frustration At Waiting Time For Ambulance

It's after a teenager was left waiting for emergency services for two hours.

A Laois GAA Club is voicing their frustration at waiting times for ambulance services in Ireland. 

It's after a teenager suffered a fractured bone in his leg during a game but was left waiting for emergency services for two hours.

Club officials made the decision to transport the player to hospital just after 10.20 last night. 

Park Ratheniska GAA's secretary Brian Ramsbottom explains what happened: 

 

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