Private ambulance firm contracted by the NHS goes into administration

Private Ambulance Service, which operates 126 vehicles and employs 300 people, is expected to stop trading on 9 October

A private ambulance service that has contracts with the NHS and other private health organisations faces closure after going into administration.

Private Ambulance Service has been serving hospitals such as Watford General, St Albans hospital and Bedford hospital.

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