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Man leaves angry note on ambulance while paramedics treat dying man

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Someone pinned angry note on ambulance 'blocking drive' during a 999 call

Paramedics were tending to a man with heavy internal bleeding in Small Heath, Birmingham and rushed him to hospital, after which they discovered a note on the windscreen: "You may be saving lives but don't park your van in a stupid place and block my drive".

Paramedics from the West Midlands Ambulance Service in the United Kingdom were left stunned over the weekend when a neighbour left a note on their windscreen complaining that they had blocked their driveway. He died later in hospital.

It was the first of two incidents the service encountered over the weekend where residents were moaning about ambulances blocking a vehicle.

Sometimes we just don't know what to say.

"The ambulance service shared the note on Facebook with the hashtag "#patientscomefirst" and the post has received more than a thousand reactions.

"At the time, the crew were helping a man who was extremely unwell after vomiting a lot of blood".

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Paramedics took the patient to Heartlands hospital, where he was found to be a in critical condition.

For an ambulance crew arriving on the scene of a medical emergency, it's probably fair to assume that flawless parking isn't the highest thing on their list of priorities.

"We always try to park appropriately but sometimes it [is] not possible".

According to Hagans, one of the care home's staff members spotted the note as they tried to help the medics take the man to the ambulance.

Another said: "Some people's selfishness never ceases to amaze me". "I hope the crew were not too upset", wrote another. But WHAT? That is where the sentence ends.

"They must have hard days and should never let a petty note like that get them down". "Or maybe end with a thank you, you are awesome, coz you are!"

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