A growing number of ambulance service staff are going off sick due to stress, BBC Wales has learned.

Their sickness rate of 7.53% is the highest in the Welsh NHS and almost double that of the police which is 4%.

Since May the service has only once hit the 65% target for reaching life-threatening calls in eight minutes.

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