Jumping to conclusions about queue jumpers

In a city wrestling with the prospect of a crippling transit strike, you would think there would be plenty of fodder floating about in London to preoccupy the media.
Instead some elements are getting themselves in a lather about queue-jumping police officers at the St. Thomas flu clinic in the Timken Centre.
Talk about a slow news day.
A chat on Thursday with Chief Bill Lynch, who should have been consulted before this story ever hit the light of day in the Forest City, reveals city police were simply following the direction of Laura McLachlin, director of health protection for Elgin St. Thomas Public Health.
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