Welcome to government-run healthcare:
A MAN died after two ambulance crews could not be sent to his aid — because they were on EU-enforced lunch breaks.
The victim collapsed in a betting shop, five minutes from his local ambulance station.
But under the barmy European Working Time Directive, exposed by The Sun last month, crews couldn’t be disturbed.
A paramedic was sent in a car and realised the unnamed man was having a heart attack.
He dialled 999 but an ambulance did not arrive for half an hour.
By then, the patient had died on the floor in Edmonton, North London.
Boy, I can’t wait for HillaryCare!