Maureen Gray

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  • in reply to: HMOs #159155

    Maureen Gray
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    I thought this kind of talk when out in the 70’s. There is a house near me with, I think, a couple of ‘HMOs’ living there and they are lovely young chaps,always singing and baking and I for one welcome them to our town.

    in reply to: Jokes #158556

    Maureen Gray
    Participant

    Well children lets check out the doke register below :
    AMA Express /
    Birdman /
    MP1953 /
    miserableoldbugger /
    Dagg /
    Sense of Humour – absent X

    My comment about JOKES, was ohh! hang on a min, a joke! You dipsticks. It was in fact ridiculing that other daft old bat on here – Lady Liz Jackson and her comment re-‘the blade article in town’ post.
    I cast my rod & you gobbled the bait! Reel em in Matt & Zinger!

    in reply to: Jokes #158458

    Maureen Gray
    Participant

    What a pity that such a serious incident is being taken as a joke.

    Drinking to excess and the harmful effects of alcohol of any kind on our streets needs to be clamped on so praise to the Police for swift action before anyone was hurt. And as for making ill timed remarks about thieves burgling a local shop for goodness sake, the poor shop assistant must have been traumatised!

    Do we really want the streets of Wrexham run by alcohol fueled thieving yobs?

    in reply to: Parking for Henblas Square Flats. #158421

    Maureen Gray
    Participant

    Yer,you are right Simon, best do nothing!


    Maureen Gray
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    Liz Jackson
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    What a pity that such a serious incident is being taken as a joke. Blade carrying of anykind on our streets needs to be clamped on so praise to the Police for swift action before anyone was hurt.
    Do we really want the streets of Wrexham run by knife wielding yobs –

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    Maureen Gray
    Participant

    Ohh, very sharp!

    in reply to: Worst performing A & E #157675

    Maureen Gray
    Participant

    Last week my 84yr old dad had a fall and banged and cut his head, luckily a neighbour with good first aid skills came to his aid, bandaged his head and called an ambulance about 2:45pm.
    We then waited about 2 hours – but eventually, a first responder car arrived, and the paramedic treated him for his injuries. It was decided that he should go into A&E for tests [head injury and odd ECG results] and the paramedic rang for an ambulance about 5pm and due to his condition waited with him. The ambulance arrived at 8pm and dad was taken to the hospital.
    So, a first responder paramedic & her vehicle were [although much needed] tied up for an extra 3 hours.
    The ambulance paramedics told me that there were 13 ambulances parked up outside A&E at the Maelor.and there will be ‘a delay’ but it was felt dad would be better monitored and treated in the ambulance than to sit and wait in the waiting room.
    At 2pm he was admitted to Majjors in A&E. So, a frontline ambulance and 2 paramedics were tied up for an extra 6 hours.
    I want to make it perfectly clear that all 3 paramedics concerned did a brilliant job and looked after my dad in both in a professional and friendly manner.
    My point here is obviously over the time taken in the first responder’s arrival, the time taken for the ambulance’s arrival and the delay to be admitted at the hospital.
    Two issues – the delay could have affected my dad’s health but also the waste of much needed resources although I want to make it 100% clear that I am not complaining about any of the staff involved as they all do a great job and are as frustrated as any patient or family member.
    I know there are many procedures and guidelines in place on arrival at A&E, including waiting, triage, waiting, assessment, waiting, treatment and hopefully sent home. One answer for ambulance arrivals would be to have an arrivals lounge/ward for those who need to be monitored or lie down or who could not just sit and wait. Their triage has already been carried out by the paramedics so the urgency for treatment has been assessed.
    Obviously, there is a high cost to anything NHS related, for example a fully kitted ambulance costs approx. £250,000, include staff cost, add on the cost of an arrivals lounge, staff and equipment – approx. £500 per patient per night – £182,500 per year – but the damage in terms of lives and injuries is much higher.
    You may think I am talking utter drivel here, but these costs are chicken feed compared to preparing for and talking / squabbling about Brexit that is already costing the public purse £500m a week right now!

    in reply to: Recyclying #157398

    Maureen Gray
    Participant

    So Taffboy,and I quote “no way I would dump my rubbish in a rubbish bin” you are saying you would dump your rubbish in a field or on the street is it not?

    in reply to: Does Wrexham Council have, or have access to, a vacum truck #157262

    Maureen Gray
    Participant

    I know who should be doing it, and council tax etc etc, but if everybody took a little care of the grid o/s their house, it would help. Remove leaves, debris etc or at least report the problem to Wcbc contact centre.

    in reply to: St Marks Road Multi-Storey Car Park #156731

    Maureen Gray
    Participant

    OMFG! Ive just seen the vid, close the place down asap! Call the council, call the cops and the FBI and International Bloody Rescue quick! But please dont go there! Safer to park on the A483!

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