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Two people, including one aged in their twenties, died overnight in Adelaide waiting for paramedics to help them, according to the Ambulance Employees Association of South Australia (AEA).

The union has claimed that both patients should have had an ambulance within 16 minutes after being called out, however it took 45 minutes for an ambulance to reach the patient in their twenties, whilst the elderly person waited for 56 minutes for the ambulance to show up.

The ambulance service was forced to declare a code white for the entire metropolitan area on Monday. A code white means they do not have enough ambulances to respond to potentially life-threatening emergencies.

Premier Steven Marshall has advised that a review is underway and has passed on these thoughts and condolences to the patient’s families.

Across Australia there has been a major increase in ambulance call outs at unprecedented levels.

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  1. A failed government has led to this. There is no excuse when it comes to people’s
    Care. Dissolve parliament. Governor General and I bet he can hear the voices of the people . But it is ignored. Treason of We the people sovereign.

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