Medical equipment found at Bloxham scrapyard
0 Have your say An investigation is underway into how medical equipment came to be discovered dumped at a local scrapyard.
Some 90 pairs of forceps, two wheelchairs - one a speciality disability transporter - a computer shell and some bed screens were taken to Smiths of Bloxham for disposal.
There was also a ‘cooling cap’ machine - a device for reducing hair loss in patients receiving chemotherapy.
At the moment it is unclear as to where exactly the equipment came from. Tom Smith, of Smiths of Bloxham, said: “We get medical equipment occasionally but it’s usually things like crutches which... read more
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