Victims of a horror boat explosion north of Sydney reportedly waited 25 minutes for paramedics who should have been on the scene within seven minutes, an union representing paramedics says.
- A paramedics union says the closest crew to respond to a boat fire on the Hawksbury River were busy supporting Central Coast crews
- It says the minimum number of officers has not changed for a decade
- The NSW Ambulance Service says 42 additional paramedics have been deployed to the Central Coast
Emergency services were called to a marina on the Hawkesbury River at Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon after reports of a boat explosion.
The explosion, which left four people seriously injured, highlights concerns about paramedic shortages on the New South…