Pensioner with head wound forced to direct lost ambulance crew to hospital

Pensioner with head wound forced to direct ambulance crew to local hospital after they get lost Ian Taylor waited 90 minutes for an ambulance after a head wound began bleeding profuselyIt then took 62 minutes to reach Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, which was just three miles from Mr Taylor's homeThe ambulance Trust involved apologised and said two sat nav systems had failed | UPDATED: 12:18 GMT, 3 December 2012 Mr Taylor had to give his ambulance driver directions to a hospital three miles from his home in Cambridgeshire A pensioner who had to wait 90 minutes for an ambulance was amazed when he had to give paramedics directions to the local hospital.

Saved by a tackle: Teenage footballer diagnosed with cancer after a kick in the knee forced him to visit the GP

Saved by a tackle: Teenage footballer diagnosed with cancer after a kick in the knee forced him to visit the GP | UPDATED: 07:34 GMT, 6 August 2012 A 16-year-old footballer has a bad tackle on the pitch to thank for saving his life, after a visit to the GP showed he had cancer.