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Rugby player left waiting for ambulance for more than two hours after breaking his leg in three places

The Yorkshire Ambulance Service has apologised after a rugby league player was left waiting for an ambulance for more than two hours after breaking his leg in three places. Adam Robson suffered the injury in a local cup final in North Hull at the weekend. During his wait witnesses said he was turning blue from hypothermia. One of those who went to his aid was his mother, who's a doctor. Helen Steel reports.