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Family of man, 87, who waited 15 hours for ambulance say system is ‘broken’

Relatives built makeshift shelter to keep David Wakeley warm after he fell on patio at his home in Cornwall

The family of an 87-year-old man who had to wait 15 hours for an ambulance in a makeshift shelter made out of a garden football goal after a fall has said the emergency healthcare system is “broken”.

Relatives used umbrellas and pieces of tarpaulin to try to keep retired welder David Wakeley warm and dry when he fell on the patio at his home in Cornwall, suffering broken bones and head wounds.

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