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Ambulance death: Sonia Powell's family wants 'the truth'

The family of a grandmother who died while said to be waiting in a queue of 11 ambulances blames "cutbacks" for her death.

Sonia Powell, who was 73 and from Banwen in the Neath Valley, was said to have waited "at least an hour" outside Morriston Hospital, Swansea, after a suspected heart attack.

Health officials said the hospital was "busy" and that she waited for 36 minutes.

Granddaughter Gemma Evans told Owain Clarke the family wanted "the truth" to come out about Mrs Powell's death.

  • 18 Sep 2014
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