A mother from Cornwall is criticising inconsiderate drivers after an ambulance struggled to get through to treat her sick daughter on time.
Chantelle Hind called paramedics when her two-year-old fell ill with a fever. The ambulance struggled to access their Camborne home because cars had parked on both sides of the road.
Chantelle says she fears the situation could have been much worse.
South Western Ambulance Service are urging people to park sensibly and allow at least 10 feet for emergency services to pass cars safely.
They say traffic and inconsiderate parking are "significant challenges" to crews, especially in tourist areas where the roads are more limited.