Yorkshire Ambulance Service apologise to stroke patient over response times

The NHS Trust which runs the Yorkshire Ambulance Service has apologised to father of two Kenny Bailey, from Barnsley, after it took more than an hour for an ambulance to reach him when he suffered a massive stroke. MPs are demanding improved response times.

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MPs question ambulance response times

Some MPs are questioning tonight why Yorkshire has some of the worst response times in the UK.

Their concerns come after it took more than an hour for an ambulance to reach a father-of-two in Barnsley who had suffered a massive stroke.

David Hirst reports:

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