A NURSING student found an obnoxious note on her legally-parked car saying the spaces were “not for students”.
Kiera Mercy posted the rude message on social media, hitting back: “Have some consideration for those who save your and your loved ones’ lives.”
A picture posted by Keira, from Fleetwood, Lancashire, shows the hand-written note propped on her lap as she sits in her car.
The note reads: “This area is NOT for student parking!
“Have some consideration for the shops that already struggle without parking issues.
“Please think before leaving your car for hours about the businesses.
“Have a nice day.”
Please think before leaving your car for hours about the businesses
Alongside the image, Kiera posted: “Being a student nurse, working hours on end unpaid for the NHS without a break and having notes left on your car for being inconsiderate and parking in a legal space.”
She added: “Have some consideration for those who save your and your loved ones’ lives!”
Social media user Elizabeth Bradford responded: “Wouldn’t mind, but there’s no parking round the hospital and you have to walk on your own, late at night and early in the morning!
“You pay your road tax so you can park where you want.”
George Shanks said: “Park there every day from now on.”
While Aiden Heath appeared to have a different view.
He said: “Instead of blaming small business owners for not lending out their limited car parking to nurses or any profession for that matter, why not blame the useless government for not funding free parking for NHS employees? There lies the blame.
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Earlier this year, a paramedic was left a note by a disgruntled resident criticising their “appalling” parking whilst they were treating a critically ill patient.
As reported by a local news site, the note left on the North East ambulance stated: “Your behaviour is appealing [sic] and you should be kept responsible for your actions as a ‘professional driver’.”
The anonymous health worker said he was “frustrated and disheartened that people can behave like that when we’re trying to save someone’s life”.
Kiera is thought to have been parked near Fleetwood Hospital, a community unit that serves residents from Wyre and surrounding areas.
The hospital is part of Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Chris, who lives in Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear, and works for the North East Ambulance Service, posted the handwritten note online[/caption]
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