Jullian Huppert MP for Cambridge is calling for more to be done to improve the region's Ambulance Service.
He has spoken out after it emerged a teenage girl died from an asthma attack after an ambulance took more than twice the target time to reach her.
Elouise Keeling was taking part in a sports day at RAF Brampton when she collapsed. The emergency services were called, but because of what is thought to be a mistake by the call handler, the ambulance was sent to RAF Wyton instead, seven miles away.
ITV News Anglia's Jonathan Wills spoke to Emily Humphreys from Asthma UK about the importance of swift treatment when someone is having a serious asthma attack.
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