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Ambulance staff at end of tether over conditions

AMBULANCE workers in the West Highlands are ‘very likely’ to vote for further action when a ballot of members is counted tomorrow (Friday), a union boss has said.

Staff will decide on action over concerns about the lack of ambulances for immediate response to 999 calls because of inter-hospital transfers alongside other issues.

At present Oban has 20 staff members working with two ambulance vehicles operating 24/7. Mull has five staff, with one ambulance vehicle operating 24/7.

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