In response to many peoples questions about this story which was posted…
On Saturday Night a family who went to the phoenix clinic but did not want to wait in the line to have their child nebulised had left to look for better options.
Whilst on route they noticed a private ambulance in a local garage fueling up and asked for a favour where they would buy food for the staff and R50 cash if they did.
The staff then informed that they are not allowed to do this without consent from higher authority and provided a number for the manager of the department which was refused. The family was advised that the ambulance will be at another point should they feel the need to come back once they called the manager.
The family came to the garage but still did not want to contact management but rather increased the amount that they would give to the ambulance for this so called favour.
The Moral Of The Story Here Is: there will always be help but there is protocols that have to be followed in order to receive the help and just because you thought it would be easier to give R50 and R100 instead of waiting in a line it doesnt work like that. Respect the company protocols before spreading false information a and trying to falsely defame an organisation