Ambulances have been pictured queueing to deliver patients to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn.
The Norfolk hospital has urged people to avoid A&E if possible after large numbers of patients, along with staff sickness, led to "extraordinary pressure". It's declared a critical incident.
The queueing ambulances were photographed on Monday afternoon.
“While the situation has been challenging and we have had beds available, I would like to praise all of our frontline staff for the dedication and hard work to care for our acutely unwell patients.
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