Ambulances were called out on average six times a day to deal with cases involving so-called legal highs last year, a BBC Scotland investigation has found.

Scottish Ambulance Service figures revealed crews were called out 2,229 times in 2014.

The data showed that ambulance callouts increased by 1,386% over a five-year period.

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