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Nurse calls for end to smoking at Gloucestershire hospital

14th July 2011 | No Smoking Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A nurse has called for people to stop smoking at the entrance of Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, after his son suffered an asthma attack from walking through a group of smokers, despite no smoking signs being present.

Forty-three-year-old Campbell Mine works as a nurse at the hospital was able to use his son's inhaler quickly, though he warned that the incident could have been more severe, reports the Citizen.

Mr Mine told the news provider: "It is not the hospital trust's fault – it's the selfish individuals. It's not like there are not any signs there.

"When he has an attack which could have been prevented if people were more considerate then that makes you angry."

His plea follows an article from the BBC, which reported that mothers and fathers want no smoking signs to be installed at a an outdoor play area in Cleethorpes.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800621774-ADNFCR


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