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Conditions such as chest pains, road accidents, sudden collapse, acute breathlessness and profuse bleeding are medical emergencies. 


National guidelines state an ambulance may also be called as long as the caller has taken reasonable care to make sure it is justified.  Ambulances should NOT be called for minor accidents and non-emergency conditions.

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