WYMAS

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WYMASWest Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service (UK)
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Mr Lunn rose to eventually become assistant divisional officer for West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service.
A West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: "At 8pm last night in the main stage area the integrity of the barrier was broken resulting in a number of injuries to the crowd.
West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service is to supply ambulances for the V2002 festival at Weston Park, Staffordshire, later this month.
West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service issued a statement which said: 'We would like to offer our condolences to the family.
``As to why they arrived later, that is a matter for the ambulance service.'' West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service issued a statement which said, ``We would like to offer our condolences to the family.
West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service became part of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service in June, 2006.
The old West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service was done away with precisely because of this very failure.
A consultant NHS investigator told Manchester Crown Court that the men, then executives at West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service NHS Trust, embarked on a "speculative venture" to bring nurses in from the Philippines.
West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service has joined the Lions' Message In A Bottle scheme - which allows medical staff immediate access to information about a patient in an emergency.
Dr Alison Walker is a consultant in emergency medicine and pre-hospital care for the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and is also medical director of the West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service.
But in an official document exposed by the Examiner earlier this month, West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service said the transfer could take up to 30 minutes.
Now West Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service chiefs have urged people to stop and think before making an emergency call.
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