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North West Ambulance Service warns of long delays as they deal with 'high number of incidents'

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Get the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox so you never miss a thing The North West Ambulance Service has warned of delays as they deal with a 'high number of incidents'.

The service said the high pressure means that 'some people may wait longer for a response than we would like'. People are being urged to contact their GP or the NHS 111 online service if they don't need an ambulance in an emergency.

The trust has also warned that people won't be seen any quicker if they arrive to hospital in an ambulance, unless they are in a life-threatening condition. READ MORE:Mum's warning over "red flag" symptoms after her baby girl was rushed to hospital with a life-threatening condition A tweet was posted on a official NWAS account at

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