The Mirror report:

Patients are being forced to wait in ambulances queueing outside hospitals for over six hours because A&E units are too busy to take them.

One patient in Wales was made to wait six hours and 22 minutes before being admitted, while another in the East of England was delayed for five hours and 51 minutes, figures reveal.

NHS guidance says patients should wait in ambulances for no longer than 15 minutes and delays of more than 30 minutes in England can trigger fines.

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