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NHS staff walking miles in snow and sleeping in hospitals to care for patients during Storm Emma

Heroic NHS staff are walking for miles in the snow or sleeping in hospitals overnight to ensure they can continue caring for patients during Storm Emma. As the UK is gripped by freezing temperatures a... read more

NHS staff walk for miles in the snow and sleep in hospitals to ensure they can care for patients during Storm Emma

Heroic NHS staff walked for miles in the snow and sleeping overnight in hospitals so they could ensure patients were cared for. As severe weather grips the UK, medical professionals remain as dedicate... read more

Dedicated staff sleep at Ipswich, Colchester and West Suffolk hospitals amid snow chaos

Some employees across Ipswich, Colchester and West Suffolk ... care today. This week the region has been struck by chaotic weather conditions brought by the so-called Beast from the East and exacerbat... read more

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NHS warns ‘perfect storm’ is putting strain on service

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A Ministry of Defence spokesman said: ‘The RAF is assisting in helping to transport health staff to hospitals ... Snow brings Britain to a standstill as temperatures plummet to -10C Storm Emma meets B... read more

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