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Critically injured waited three hours to be taken to hospital, Manchester Arena inquiry hears

Sky News Thursday, 25 March 2021
Critically injured waited three hours to be taken to hospital, Manchester Arena inquiry hearsHigh priority patients had to wait up to three hours to be taken to hospital after the Manchester Arena bombing, the public inquiry into the attack has heard.
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