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Ambulance boss says low-traffic 'roadblocks' ARE causing delays and orders 'full investigation'

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The boss of North West Ambulance Service has ordered a 'full investigation' into delays caused by low-traffic neighbourhood schemes, the M.E.N can reveal.

CEO Daren Mochrie wrote to a resident in Stockport earlier this week outlining his concern over the issues. The woman, who asked not to be named, says she has repeatedly tried to raise the alarm since road closures were introduced in Heaton Chapel as part of a Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) trial scheme in September. READ MORE: Controversial

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