Representatives from Mid Ulster District Council will take up an invitation to meet with the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) over waiting times in the area.
The decision, taken at a full council meeting last week, came after the council had written to NIAS raising concern over how long constituents were waiting for emergency response.
Councillors agreed to facilitate a meeting between representatives and the NIAS to resolve the issue.
“They themselves felt the issue with putting numbers at the end of lanes was vital to them, and I would encourage that,” said Cllr Trevor Wilson.
“They too are happy to meet us to discuss ambulance services within the district and I propose we take them up on that offer.”
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