Ambulance wait 'felt like 30 minutes', says friend of hit-and-run victim


ONE of the friends who was with Singaporean Justinian Tan when he was hit by a car in Johor Baru, has allowed that distress and language barrier could have caused them to misunderstand the situation at the hospital where Tan was sent for treatment on August 25.

Joshua De Rozario told the Straits Times that due to the distress that they were experiencing, the wait for the ambulance had “felt like 30 minutes” even though the hospital log showed differently.

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