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PCC warns police caught up in 'shunting by demand' in chronic 999 crew shortage

Patients transported to A & E in patrol cars rather than made to wait for hours.

East of England Ambulance Service has consistently missed the seven-minute response time

East of England Ambulance Service has consistently missed the seven-minute response time

Date - 25th September 2018
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
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Officers are placing themselves “at risk” by ferrying the sick and injured to hospital in the back of patrol cars as a chronic shortage of paramedic crews impacts on emergency services. The worst-performing ambulance trust in Britain is...
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