It's been revealed that more than 5,000 calls have been made to Guernsey's ambulance service so far this year.
Demand has continued to rise for St John Emergency Ambulance Service where over 500 calls were made in March alone.
Across the year, nearly 1,500 calls were "Priority One" - meaning the cases were life threatening.
Some staff members were called to work in the middle of the night, and at weekends, to respond to emergencies when there was high demand.
Winter pressures at the start of the year have been partly blamed for the higher number of call outs.
Falls have also led to more demand.