Patients dying as ambulances face crippling delays in England

Warning by NHS bosses as nearly three in 10 crews caught in queues outside A&E in England last week. …

Martin Flaherty, managing director of the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE), said: “These crippling delays are a twin threat – they cause significant harm to patients who are forced to wait in the back of our ambulances, while our crews are stuck and therefore unable to respond to patients who need us out in the community.

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