Stillbirth mum's 'traumatic' ambulance wait
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Stillbirth mum's 'traumatic' five-hour ambulance wait

A mother has spoken about her "traumatic" experience of a stillbirth and having to wait five hours for an ambulance.

Deborah Clark was 19 weeks pregnant when her waters broke at her home in Chirk, Wrexham, on 4 April.

She called 999 at about 20:00 BST and gave birth about two-and-a-half hours later but despite repeated calls and a relative flagging down a police car paramedics did not arrive until 01:00

The Welsh Ambulance Service apologised and has launched an investigation.

  • 08 Jun 2018