A Pembrokeshire family has spoken out over controversial changes to maternity services across West Wales.
The parents of Freddie Bamford Lewis fear he would not have survived under the new system after he was born weighing just two pounds and fourteen ounces.
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Today health chiefs invited ITV News to see the new facilities.
They say they are designed to provide safe and sustainable services.
A midlife-led maternity unit will be set up at Withybush Hospital, with a dedicated ambulance for babies in need of urgent care.
The shakeup sparked protests from campaigners, but the health board says the changes will improve services.