Police called to Watford General Hospital following 'concern for patient's welfare'

Watford Observer: Police called to Watford General Hospital following 'concern for patient's welfare' Police called to Watford General Hospital following 'concern for patient's welfare'

Police were called to Watford General Hospital this afternoon following the concern for the welfare of a patient.

Hertfordshire Constabulary were called at 3pm and have just left the scene.

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5:53pm Tue 24 Jun 14

davidhornet says...

When you cannot include any facts or details, for whatever reason, do not bother to publish the non-story.
When you cannot include any facts or details, for whatever reason, do not bother to publish the non-story. davidhornet
  • Score: 48

8:29pm Tue 24 Jun 14

jalvin says...

A thing happened today.
we're not sure what or when or why, but it's not happening anymore.
A thing happened today. we're not sure what or when or why, but it's not happening anymore. jalvin
  • Score: 48

10:01pm Tue 24 Jun 14

pepsiman says...

Pathetic reporting
Pathetic reporting pepsiman
  • Score: 29

11:34pm Tue 24 Jun 14

Aryldi says...

This could have been as simple as a request for Police attendance in order to issue a Section notice on somebody too mentally ill to safeguard themselves temporarily.
This could have been as simple as a request for Police attendance in order to issue a Section notice on somebody too mentally ill to safeguard themselves temporarily. Aryldi
  • Score: 10

11:24am Wed 25 Jun 14

LocalBoy1 says...

Is this supposed to be news? Where's the rest of it?
Is this supposed to be news? Where's the rest of it? LocalBoy1
  • Score: 14

11:31am Wed 25 Jun 14

dented says...

"LocalBoy1 says...

Is this supposed to be news? Where's the rest of it?"

You have to realise that the words in the report above were taken pretty much word for word from the Twitter account of the police. It appears that the journos at the WO no longer seek out stories preferring to read twitter and make a news article from 140 characters or less.
"LocalBoy1 says... Is this supposed to be news? Where's the rest of it?" You have to realise that the words in the report above were taken pretty much word for word from the Twitter account of the police. It appears that the journos at the WO no longer seek out stories preferring to read twitter and make a news article from 140 characters or less. dented
  • Score: 14

4:32pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Keefer says...

They obviously no longer have the time or funding to investigate a story and have to make use of the high speed internet connection to justify the cost - so one stone completely misses both birds.

Seriously W\O, what is the point of this? not even a phone call to the Police's Media Office so you can expand on the Tweet? you can't even be bothered to report the News now?
They obviously no longer have the time or funding to investigate a story and have to make use of the high speed internet connection to justify the cost - so one stone completely misses both birds. Seriously W\O, what is the point of this? not even a phone call to the Police's Media Office so you can expand on the Tweet? you can't even be bothered to report the News now? Keefer
  • Score: 3

4:34pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Keefer says...

Charlotte Ikonen You're Fired.
Charlotte Ikonen You're Fired. Keefer
  • Score: 3

1:42am Thu 26 Jun 14

watford sheeple says...

And the award for the worst reported story ever goes to charlotte lkonen , Her lack of detail really swayed the panel , Thanks charlotte
And the award for the worst reported story ever goes to charlotte lkonen , Her lack of detail really swayed the panel , Thanks charlotte watford sheeple
  • Score: 2

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