Gibraltar's government has reportedly said delays at the border with Spain has affected thousands of people, according to a statement reported by the BBC.
It reportedly said: "The Spanish Government has inflicted these unnecessary delays on the elderly, children and the infirm in up to 30 degrees of heat.
"This torture has resulted in an ambulance being deployed to treat people with medical conditions.
"On Friday, for instance, a Spanish man had to be taken to hospital with chest pains."
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