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StanTheMan 224 posts

You are morally right. However, afaik they have no legal requirement for this.
That’s why I said the possible compensation would be just out of their generosity rather than a legal requirement.
Let me make my example a bit more complicated.
At a bus heart attack, you dial 999 but you are in a remote village and the ambulance is late.
The passenger Dr gets involved.
Would you ask for a compensation from the village council?
I think the answer is a sound no.

But surely a bus heart attack wouldnt involve 300 people potentially being stranded 2,000 miles from their homes. And the Doctor on board getting involved meaning the bus/plane didnt have to divert with the huge costs that would involve.

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