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North West Ambulance Service issues plea to 'not ring them back' amid 999 call spike

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Sign up for the free MyBolton newsletter to get the top stories direct to your inbox North West Ambulance Service has issued a plea as paramedics struggle with a spike in 999 calls this evening (July 21).

The service is urging people not to call for an ambulance unless the patient is in a medical emergency. NWAS added that those who have already called should not continue to do so, unless they no longer need an ambulance or the patient's condition worsens. READ MORE: A midwinter NHS crisis in

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