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A Fatal Accident Inquiry in Lanarkshire has criticised the Scottish Ambulance Service for their delay in getting a man injured by the falling bucket of a JCB to hospital.

61 year old former fireman Andrew Andrews died 8 minutes before the ambulance carrying him arrived at  Wishaw General Hospital – some 70 minutes after it had initially been summoned.

Mr. Andrew’s family had previously been successful in their compensation action against the SAS but commented that the findings and criticisms made by the Inquiry mean much more than monetary compensation.

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