It had promised 15 new ambulances to improve response times in our rural areas but today (Tuesday) the East of England Ambulance Trust admitted it's struggling to get them up and running.
And the problem is people. With no new recruits for at least another month there simply aren't enough of them to staff the extra vehicles.
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