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# Ambulance Service

Last year
High demand for ambulances in Dublin outstripping capacity of fire service, TDs to hear
Pilot project to ease overcrowding at Limerick hospital under way
Ambulances will be able to bring patients 'directly' to Ennis instead of Limerick from Monday
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Number of paramedics should 'at least' double to reduce burnout among staff
Ambulance service cancels annual leave for the next three weeks due to unprecedented pressure
More than 500 ambulance personnel to begin strike action this afternoon
National Ambulance Service rolling out system that uses Eircodes to pinpoint caller's location
An English tourist sent the Mayor of Dublin a lovely letter thanking people in the city for their help during an emergency
"He was using his shoe as a phone": Friday night on patrol with a Dublin ambulance crew
Two dead after balcony collapses in London
'Ghoulish and distasteful': Emergency services ask public to stop taking photos at crash scenes
Crew and patient forced to flee after ambulance catches fire
Why is it difficult for Gardaí to obtain speeding convictions?
'More people and more vehicles': Fianna Fáil's solution to the 'crisis' in the ambulance service
Ambulance service is "failing miserably", Howlin told
Dublin firefighters march against ambulance service being moved to HSE
Any move to punish ambulance whistleblower 'won't be tolerated'
"I'm not in denial of anything" - Ambulance chief defends 'best in the world' comment
Ambulance broke down on the way to take a baby to hospital
Fine Gael TD says Roscommon Hospital is safer - opposition TDs say situation's worse
Cost, quality and scale of ambulance services in Dublin to be reviewed
Mass rallies planned across country as new National Hospital Campaign gathers pace
Ambulance cuts "will cause fatalities"
Call for HIQA to probe ambulance response following Drogheda death
Emergency services call for postcodes to help them reach people in need