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The Welsh Ambulance Trust have issued a further statement tonight in response to concerns over ambulance cover this weekend.
They say they want to reassure the public that cover is at safe levels.
Resourcing is a dynamic process and we would like to reassure the public that ambulance cover across West Wales is at safe levels this weekend, with sufficient ambulance and rapid response vehicle cover in place.
The Welsh Government says there is 'sufficient' ambulance cover following concerns there may be a shortfall this weekend.
It follows a letter from Plaid Cymru AM Elin Jones asking for immediate intervention on the issue.
The Welsh health minister has been urged to intervene over concerns of a shortfall in ambulance cover in west Wales this weekend.
Speaking to ITV Wales, Plaid Cymru AM, Elin Jones said she wants to see action in the 'next few hours' to ensure there is paramedic cover.
The Welsh Government has been asked for a response.
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