Ambulance service urges 999 restraint over holidays

25 Apr 2011 12:59 PM | Anonymous


Ambulance service urges 999 restraint over holidays



People are being urged not to call 999 unless it is a real emergency over the Easter bank holidays.

The North West Ambulance Service said last Easter it received a significant increase in calls, but many were for minor injuries or illnesses. It said the ambulance should be used as a life-line in genuine emergencies and kept for those who need it most.

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