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The East of England Ambulance service has lost equipment worth more than £215,000 in the past two years.
The service said the problem of losing items is a "significant problem" to the trust.
Between 2012 and 2014 the trust say they have lost 30 special laptops costing £2,500 each and 10 defibrillators worth £90,000.
They have also lost 64 thermometers worth £72 each, 16 blood glucose monitors and a stretcher worth more than £8,000.
Perhaps the most bizarre lost item the trust misplaced was a vomit bowl.
The data was released following a Freedom of Information request from a member of the public.
Trust manager Karl Edwards, blamed "dynamic" and "chaotic" situations for equipment being left at the scene and said the focus was placed on giving the best possible care.
"That's why we're putting a great deal of focus into making sure we put practices and measures in place to minimise this going forward."
The items were all classified as "lost" rather than stolen, the trust confirmed.
It said it did not know how many of the items had subsequently been found.
Children as young as 14 are being arrested for drink and drug driving in our region.Read the full story ›
Despite the sunny spells, in-between the scattered showers, it will feel colder compared to Sunday, helped by the breezy conditions.Read the full story ›
A landmark has been reached for space scientists who want to put Einstein's Theory of Relativity to the test. They've been working for more than a decade on a space module which is about to enter its final stages of testing before being propelled 1.5 million kilometres into space.
Known as the LISA Pathfinder, its job is to measure minute waves of gravity. It's said this will open a new pair of eyes for humanity and help us undertsand more about black holes and collapsed stars.
Wesley Smith put on his protective clothing at the lab in Hertfordshire to try to explain more.
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The Stevenage built LISA Pathfinder Science Module is ready for transportation to Munich for final testing before launch in September.Read the full story ›
Following a wet Thursday, today will be drier and brighter with plenty of sunshine.Read the full story ›
Prince William has passed the 14 exams required to qualify as a civilian helicopter pilot and work as a pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
He began studying last September. He now has to undergo some extra training with Bond Air Services, who'll be his employer, and this will start shortly after the current tour. He's expected to be fully operational by early summer.
The Prince will be flying out of Cambridge and Norwich. He'll work full time on a shift system, but allowances will be made for his continuing royal duties. He'll mix the two. William will earn around £40,000 but will donate it all to charity.
Kensington Palace will remain his main residence, but the family will almost certainly spent more time at Anmer Hall on the Sandringham estate, which the Queen gave to her grandson.
Most people who've had to call out paramedics in the region say they're happy with the service they've recieved.
In a survey of 115 people treated by the East of England Ambulance service -97 percent said they were very satisfied or satisfied with their care
Ninety-six per cent said that the service they received either reasonably met, met, or exceeded their expectations