A study on ambulance response times has found that 59 per cent of people using the 999 service in East Anglia over-estimated the time they actually waited for an emergency ambulance. Three thousand patients, carers and relatives were interviewed by East Anglian Ambulance trust and Anglia Polytechnic University. Only 17 ...

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