THANK YOU, MOSSMAN HOSPITAL PROFESSIONALS
On Sunday the 26th of February, at 0530hrs, I took my wife to the Mossman Hospital as she was feeling very poorly.
Within 20 minutes she was gravely ill with indications of a possible heart attack.
The ER doctors requested a helicopter med evac to Cairns but the chopper was not available until 1100hrs at the earliest. A decision was then made to transfer her by ambulance to the Cairns Hospital.
The outstanding professionalism of the ER doctors and nurses on duty at the time, as well as the ambos involved in transfering my wife to Cairns are, I believe, responsible for my wife being with me today.
Thank you, to all you wonderful people, for the magnificent work you perform.
A. ( Fred ) Brendecke, Mossman
adjournment for one month – this is also agreed to. On a third occasion a request for a further one-month adjournment is made and agreed to.
At the three previous adjourned hearings the police prosecutor is present and ready. Some of the victims are in court, too, all to no avail.
To the ordinary person this does seem to be a total waste of resources, the court staff, the police and the victims who may have taken time offfrom work to attend.
Also with respect would it be too difficult for the court to advise the public on why all these long delays are necessary. Do the victirns have the right to oppose a request for an adjournment and request the court to proceed with the hearing?
B R Searle, Mossman