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They waited three hours for an ambulance, arriving at the hospital at around 1am.

The nurse said she counted 21 ambulances queuing at A&E, and that paramedics were also helping patients in the corridors of the department.

Cataldo Ambulance medics and other first responders revive a 32-year-old man who was found unresponsive and not breathing after an opioid overdose on a sidewalk in the Boston suburb of Everett, Massachusetts, U. REUTERS/Brian Snyder A full syringe, empty syringe and spoon sit on the roof of the car in which a man in his 20's overdosed on an opioid in the Boston suburb of Lynn, Massachusetts, U. REUTERS/Brian Snyder Cataldo Ambulance medics take away on a stretcher a man in his 40's who was found unresponsive after overdosing on an opioid in the Boston suburb of Salem, Massachusetts, U. REUTERS/Brian Snyder Cataldo Ambulance medic Dave Franklin administers naloxone to a 32-year-old man who was found unresponsive and not breathing in the front seat of a car in the Boston suburb of Chelsea, Massachusetts, U. REUTERS/Brian Snyder Cataldo Ambulance medics Timothy Stahl (L) and Derek Travers (R), with the help of a firefighter, tend to a 38-year-old man who was found unresponsive after an opioid overdose in the parking lot of a Walgreens drug store in the Boston suburb of Malden, Massachusetts, U. REUTERS/Brian Snyder A Cataldo Ambulance medic holds used doses of naloxone after medics revived a man in his 40's who was found unresponsive from an opioid overdose in the Boston suburb of Salem, Massachusetts, U. REUTERS/Brian Snyder Cataldo Ambulance EMT Matt Tavalone takes notes as a 42-year-old female kicks the roof of the ambulance after she was revived with 8mg of Narcan given to her by a housemate before EMTs arrived on the scene in the Boston suburb of Lynn, Massachusetts, U. The woman who overdosed on an opioid showed signs of withdrawal caused by the Narcan.

Usually, the service averages about 3,000 calls a day, and last year received 3,486.

Praise for staff While the long delays came under fire, praise was heaped on hard-working nurses and doctors.

He said: “We are okay at the moment but isolated incidents where people have waited for six and a half hours have occurred.

“We are in line with all the trusts in the area, but we are under extreme pressure.” It was a similarly busy weekend at the James Paget University Hospital, in Gorleston.

Medical director Nick Oligbo said: “We are very busy with our whole team pulling together and working very hard to provide care for our patients.

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