I broke my arm when I was half-cut. It'd been snowing for days and the snow had half melted and then frozen again, making it very icy and slippy underfoot.
I fell, put my arm down to break my fall and snapped my upper arm.
Phoned an ambulance, when it came the paramedic grabbed my broken arm to lead me in to the ambulance. I then had to direct the ambulance driver to the hospital as she didn't know how to get there.
Then at the hospital they put a big heavy stookie on my arm which elongated the fracture.
They gave me morphine at the hospital, feeling that course through me was possibly the best feeling I've ever experienced.
Was a good night all in
I'm sorry, but i find most of that post very hard to believe. Sounds like you were a wee bit more than "half" cut to me.
Did you notice that, during all the talk about he problems with A&E, Ninewells was the only A&E in Scotland which achieved the 98% target 100% of the time. Oor Shona wants all other A&Es to learn from the Ninewells example.