A recent call to 999 from a dying patient asking for a glass of water has unfortunately given some clear evidence of alleged lack of humanity in a few people in our nation.
Things became clearer when Police Officer PC Matthew Onmmen visited the St George’s Hospital in Tooting, South London, and discovered that it was actually a dying patient, who made a 999 call and begged the official for a drink as his requests for water were allegedly being continuously ignored by the nursing staff.
Mr. Kane Gorny, 22, had been admitted in the recovery ward of the hospital for his recovering procedures after a hip operation that he underwent few days back. He had lost more than a third of the fluid in his body as an after effect of the operation and requested the staff for a drink twice but no water was brought to serve him.
Though officers also arrived at Mr. Kane Gorny's bedside, they weren’t allowed by the nurses to meet him and were told that the patient was in a confused state and were sent away.
A few hours later came the news that the footballer and runner from Balham had died and the cause of his death was nothing else but dehydration. An investigation is on into the case.
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