A decision on controversial plans to close ambulance stations acoss the East Midlands has been delayed for two months.
Last year East Midlands Ambulance Service put forward proposals to close sixty-six stations across the region and replace them with 'super-hubs'.
Thousands of people have attended protests and signed petitions against the plans. Ambulance bosses say they'll now look at alternative options.
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