March family called an ambulance when baby Autumn stopped breathing but were told to take her to hospital themselves
A Fenland family have been left shocked and angry after the ambulance service failed to turn up when their baby had a seizure and stopped breathing.
Instead Kayleigh Evans and her partner Alexander Tandy were forced to drive one-year-old daughter Autumn Tandy to Peterborough City Hospital, panicking all the way that she might stop breathing again.
The ambulance service have apologised for the distress caused, which happened on Wednesday (27)tea-time just hours after Autumn had her one-year-old immunisation.
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