Further, the relevant ambulance authority have recently refused to establish whether or not they hold a copy of the form on grounds of cost in response to a Freedom of Information Request.
However, is it possible that the Hutton Inquiry already holds the information?
The following interchange between Mr. Knox and Dave Bartlett took place in oral hearing on the afternoon of Tuesday 2nd September 2003 (see page 78):
14 Q. What is the number of the ambulance you were working in
15 that day; can you remember?
16 A. I cannot remember to be honest without going back to the
17 computer readouts. We use so many different ones.
18 Q. If I say number 934, does that sound right?
19 A. Could be, yes.
Was Mr. Knox reading from the Patient Report Form to enable him to ask the question?
In other words, is the missing Patient Report Form buried somewhere in the morass of documents concealed by Hutton from public scrutiny?