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hospital in Nakhon Nayok province

A hospital in Nakhon Nayok province is conducting an investigation into an incident in which an ambulance driver, with a critically ill patient on board, stopped on the way to the hospital to buy deep-fried bananas.

The brief stop was witnessed by the patient's 32-year-old daughter, Suchada, who was in the ambulance with her father.

The incident, which occurred on October 13, came to light after the woman posted a video on her social media, as her complaint to the hospital had yielded no results.

still from a video of a patient's daughter complaining about ambulance workers

On Monday, hospital representatives issued an official statement. According to the dashcam footage, the ambulance left the patient's home at 10:47. The driver stopped for only 3 seconds to pick up his pre-ordered food.

a patient being taken to a hospital in Nakhon Nayok province

The ambulance arrived at the hospital at 10:57, and the patient was immediately admitted to the emergency ward for further treatment. He was discharged the following day after his condition had stabilized.

Hospital workers visited the patient and apologized to his family due to the incident with the ambulance.

Yesterday, hospital representatives visited the former patient and apologized to his family for the incident. The punishment for the ambulance driver is currently unknown.

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