"The patient is at the heart of our concerns." On the Zephyr ambulance website, the phrase is underlined, as if it were the company's motto. In hindsight, the argument makes you cough a little. A few days ago, as part of a rogatory commission, two former ambulance drivers of this company were placed in custody in the premises of the brigade for the repression against personal delinquency for "manslaughter" and "endangering the lives of others". Investigators questioned them about the death of Catherine Hamman, a resident of Châtenay-Malabry (Hauts-de-Seine). The 69-year-old died after a horrific journey from hospital to her home in April last year.
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