A local government-controlled Hospital is under-fire following allegations of poor treatment of a motorbike accident victim who had sustained a broken leg. Khun Maitinee aged 17, who works at the Big C Supercenter in South Pattaya was on her way home when she was hit by a car. She sustained facial injuries and a broken leg and was rushed to Banglamung Hospital where an x-ray of the leg took place which clearly indicated a serious break. The doctor on duty advised the girl to go home and wait for 2 to 3 days. If, at this point, she felt unwell, she should then return to Hospital. The girl was baffled at this decision and insisted the break should be treated. It was then decided that the girl would be transferred to Chonburi Hospital but she would have to make her own arrangements to get there. The transfer papers prepared by the doctor indicated the break has occurred on the right leg instead of the left. A local city councilor, Khun Sanit, was contacted and came to assist the girl and was appalled at the poor care offered to her. He arranged the necessary transport to Chonburi Hospital. He attempted to meet with the director of the Hospital but was told that due to it being a public holiday, he was not available. Khun Sanit, promises to look further into this case.