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I caught a falling star
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Listen forummers, sorry about devoting a whole new thread to something I should arguably post in the Skybar, I'd just like to raise a concern over an incident, and try to thank some good people..

On Monday (only just found out), my Mum, whose in her late 60's, had a bad fall on some of the new "gullys"(?) they've built there, and broke her shoulder.

Fortunately, this being Liverpool, people were very very kind, so I'd just like to thank in particular the guy who stopped by in his truck to help out, and the people at BMW Williams who assisted her whilst she was in very great pain, during the TWO HOURS it took for an ambulance to become available. (This was Monday afternoon, not a weekend, yet the ambulance crew informed her that you have to be virtually dying to have one pick you up.)

I'd also like to thank all the aftercare nurses who are doing a great job with all the homevisits, doing my Mums shopping, preparing food, etc, etc. All the stuff I'll be taking time off to do myself now I actually know!! Big thanks, and a great service. Long live the NHS.

Unfortunately I also have to draw a concern about the further 2 hours in a cold triage-bay at the Royal waiting for a specialist to become available.

Lastly, because I haven't seen the works myself, what is it they've contructed down there in Old Hall St? Are they a bit hazardous? Not saying they are, but it raises important issues.

Ta.
 

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I caught a falling star
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One of my friends mum had a similar accident in Old Hall st a year ago, broke her wrist in a fall, not sure what these gulleys are, or if the same spot, can only think of the Beetham portlight garden sculpture thingy area.

Hope you mum gets well soon.
Thanks Juxt.
 

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Correction: It was on the new stuff they've designed on the pavements on Great Howard St., on the King Eddy's side at the Old Hall St. end.

Apologies, my mistake.

If anyone knows what they've done down there I'd still be interested to know. Thanks.
 

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Hope your Mum get`s better soon VT.
 
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