Queensland Ambulance Service apologises to two men left waiting during medical emergencies | 7NEWS

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The Queensland Ambulance Service has apologised to two men, who were left in the lurch, waiting for paramedics during medical emergencies.

One patient made it to the hospital in his own car, the other was in too much pain to move.

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