Vehicles broken into at QEH
FOR THE SECOND time in less than two years, criminals have targeted the vehicles of employees at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH).
While the hospital’s chief executive officer (CEO) Dr Dexter James had promised to beef up security in the car parks in April 2015 when seven employees had their tyres slashed, workers are now calling on him to follow through on his promise.
In the most recent attack last Thursday night, two QEH employees discovered that the windows of their vehicles had been smashed and their cars, which were parked in the private car park adjacent to one of the hospital’s entrances broken into.
A couple days later, a thief also broke into a nurse’s car, which was parked in the car park behind the hospital. (RB)
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