60-year-old Glenn Buscombe of Cornwall, England started feeling a massive pain in his right leg back on April 6th. He called for an ambulance, and the paramedic rushed him to the hospital with a severe blood clot.
Well . . . sort of. The paramedic WAS rushing . . . until he saw two hitchhikers on the side of the road and decided to pick them up.
Glenn says he couldn't believe it . . . especially since his toes were starting to turn black. And then, he was even MORE surprised when the paramedic made another stop to drop the hitchhikers OFF . . . even though it wasn't on the way to the hospital.
Fortunately for Glenn, doctors were able to get him on blood thinners JUST before his leg had to be amputated . . . and performed emergency surgery on him to fix a blocked artery.
Glenn filed a complaint three days later . . . but it took until NOW for the ambulance company to start investigating the driver.