Josh Thacker caused around £3,500 worth of damage to the ambulance - but was ordered to pay just £50 in compensation.Read the full story ›
Footage shows Thacker throw a concrete slab through front window of ambulance and kick wing mirrors as crews attended to a patient inside.Read the full story ›
The letter was signed off: "I am so sorry and I understand how serious it was, I promise that I will never ever do it again."Read the full story ›
Sue Noyes, the Chief Executive of East Midlands Ambulance Service will leave in the summer, it has been announced.Read the full story ›
Ambulance services in the East Midlands received more than 1000 calls in the first six hours of the new year.Read the full story ›
An elderly man from Leicester had to wait more than two hours for an ambulance after falling in the street and breaking his hip.Read the full story ›
East Midlands Ambulance Service will unveil the first of 29 new ambulances today.
The vehicles are fitted with enhanced emergency lighting and are part of a five-year investment plan.
They are also installed with new satellite navigation systems to help with getting to emergencies as quickly as possible.
A significant amount of time and effort has gone into making sure these vehicles are the best they can be. Frontline colleagues have provided feedback on our previous models which has been instrumental in the design changes on our 15 plate range.
A lot of attention has been given to the durability of the vehicles. At the end of their shift, our crews go home and rest before their next shift; that's not the same for our vehicles, with the majority being out on the road 24/7.
Our ambulances cover hundreds of miles every day and get a lot of wear and tear which is why it is so important that they are fit for purpose and safe for our staff and patients.
East Midlands Ambulance Service loses 42,000 Patient Report Forms contained on a data cartridge.Read the full story ›
A 94-year-old woman from Nottinghamshire, who had to lie injured on the pavement for more than three hours waiting for an ambulance, says the experience was "dreadful".
Janet Rogers suffered severe cuts and bruises after falling from her mobility scooter. East Midlands Ambulance Service has apologised.