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People in some parts of the west are waiting between 2 and 4 hours for an ambulance

People in some parts of the west are waiting between 2 and 4 hours for an ambulance.

 

That's according to the Ambulance Crisis Group which is holding a meeting with the National Ambulance Service today.

 

The group's campaigning for a better service for Connemara, which only has two ambulance stations - one in Clifden and one in Carraroe.

 

It claims these are called in to service the city and other areas on a regular basis, which leaves Connemara exposed and leads to long delays.

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