The Shadow Health Minister Darren Millar described the figures about ambulance response times in 2012 as "shocking" and "inexcusable".
He said "we have a big problem in the way that our emergency care system is operating in Wales", both in terms of ambulances and A&E departments.
The Welsh Government has commissioned a review into how emergency response times can be improved, which will report next month.
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