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The East of England Ambulance Trust is marking 20 years of community first responders - the volunteers who usually arrive before paramedics.Read the full story ›
Bosses at Peterborough Hospital say they are full and are beyond black alert status.
Patients are being asked to consider all treatment options before attending A&E.
The hospital say they are running at 107% capacity and are working to reduce the pressure on the emergency department.
The East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST) is marking 20 years of community first responders.
First responders are volunteers trained by EEAST, usually over a weekend, to respond to medical emergencies including heart attacks, breathing difficulties, diabetes emergencies.
The ambulance service are now hoping to recruit more.