I got no help on hospital car park
I HAVE just read the article in The Sentinel (October 8) about the golf buggies being used to ferry disabled patients across the hospital car park.
We attended the hospital in August and I saw the disabled car park was full.
I asked a warden if they had any more wheelchair spaces and was directed to the multi- storey car park.
We had to go to the third floor but there wasn't a lift so we had to push the wheelchair down the vehicle ramp as the only way down was steps.
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I had a blood clot in my lung so struggled to push the wheelchair that distance.
I was just wondering how they would get someone in a wheelchair into a golf buggy. My husband is paralysed down one side.
Moss Green Village