Footballer with badly broken leg had to wait an hour for ambulance during match against Stamford AFC

A footballer who suffered a badly broken leg while playing against Stamford AFC was left waiting for around an hour for an ambulance to arrive.
Basford United captain Jake Sheridan is believed to have suffered a compound fracture of the tibia and fibula bones in his right leg while playing in an FA Trophy match at the Zeeco Stadium on Saturday.
The midfielder was quickly tended to on the pitch by staff from both clubs, and a 999 call was made, but there was concern after it took around an hour for an ambulance to turn up.
Both sets of players left the pitch while Jake was being care for.... read more

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