A Government minister has called for a shake-up in ambulance response targets in rural areas following the death of a young chef in Norfolk.
It took two hours for an ambulance to get to 26-year-old Peter Nelson who had suffered a brain haemorrhage.
His local MP has described it as completely unacceptable and wants an urgent review of the time it takes paramedics to reach urgent cases.
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