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22 Mar 2018

We mark one year since the Westminster terrorist attack

This morning we observed a minute of silence to remember all affected by the terror attack in Westminster, one year on. London Ambulance Service Chief Executive Garrett Emmerson said: “Our thoughts remain with all those whose lives were changed forever on that tragic day, one year ago. “Our ambulance crews worked tirelessly alongside emergency service colleagues to provide care to patients, in what were very difficult circumstances and our call takers were calm and reassuring. “I am very proud of the way everyone at London Ambulance Service responded and it is a day we will never forget.”

Ambulance car in the snow

28 Feb 2018

Ambulance crews treating more patients for falls in bad weather

Ambulance calls to people who have slipped, tripped or fallen are up over 10 per cent during the cold spell.

As temperatures have plummeted this week, London Ambulance Service has seen a 13 per cent* increase in calls relating to slips, trips and falls yesterday (27 February) compared to the week before. And Monday (26 February) saw an 11 per cent** increase from the previous week.

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