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Hospital clamps ambulances

14th July 2008

King's College Hospital in south London has said it clamped ambulances for parking violations and charged them £50 to have the clamps removed.

Twenty ambulances from the Caring For You (CFY) company have been subject to clamping this year. The hospital spokesman said: "A CFY vehicle would only be used as an emergency vehicle in a very extreme case, other than that they are simply for transport."

 

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Article Information

Title: Hospital clamps ambulances
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 7500
Date Added: 14th Jul 2008

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