A man passed out in a car just outside the entrance to England's Altrincham General Hospital. A traffic warden spotted the car and reacted immediately by writing a ticket. Fortunately, the driver of the car had rushed into the hospital seeking help, and nurses ran out to help. Paramedics also rushed to help. But the meter maid continued to write a ticket, even after they explained the man had gone into a diabetic seizure. She finally relented after two paramedics pressed the matter and did not issue the ticket.
Frightening events create openings for attacks on civil liberties.
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