Pneumonia-stricken woman, 96, was left on a trolley in A&E for 40 HOURS because of a lack of beds

A 96-year-old woman battling pneumonia was left on a trolley in A&E for 40 hours.

Pensioner Evelyn Gaw could not be moved to a ward because of a lack of beds, the Health Secretary was told yesterday.

In the latest shocking example of NHS chaos under the SNP, the former headmistress was left ‘frightened, crying, breathless and disorientated’ in a draughty corridor at an Ayrshire hospital.

The case was described as ‘morally abhorrent’ to Health Secretary Humza Yousaf, who faced demands to tear up…

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