Taxi firm apologise after refusing to take mum and her disabled toddler to hospital



A taxi firm has apologised after a driver refused to take a mum and her disabled son to hospital.
Joanne Nield, booked a taxi from Metro Radio Cabs to take her and her two-year-old son, who has cerebral palsy, to an appointment at Alder Hey Hospital.
However the mum claims that when the taxi arrived the driver refused to make the journey from Spencer Street, in Bootle - because “there is a train strike on”.
The 35-year-old said: “I use the taxi company all the time, sometimes as much as a couple of times a day.
“I ordered a taxi for 7.50am, so it would give us plenty of time to get to his... read more

 
6 October 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 123
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