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999 calls diverted to Scotland due to technical fault.

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Due to a technical fault, BT is diverting 999 calls to mobile phones within Ambulance Control in Belfast, or to the Scottish Ambulance Service who then pass the call on to the NI Ambulance Service.

A spokesperson for the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service said: “We are working with BT to identify and rectify the fault. Delays will be kept to a minimum due to contingency plans in place.”

“Please help by only contacting NIAS for real emergencies until fault has been fixed.”

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