Tracy Myhill
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Welsh Ambulance Service improves but 'not out of woods yet'

The Welsh ambulance service has "turned the corner" when it comes to response times, says its head.

Latest figures show better responses to the most urgent calls for the third month in a row.

Chief executive Tracy Myhill said staff morale and attendance had improved and there were fewer handover delays at hospital.

However she added they were not out of the woods yet.

She said she had understood the problems by going out with crews.

  • 29 Apr 2015
  • From the section Wales
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