I accept that calls to the ambulance service can only be triaged according to the information given to call taking staff. I accept that certain calls need to be attended to quickly, and that, in order to maximise efficiency, calls occassionally get dispatched before they have undergone the triaging process.
I do not like, however, the fact that we are asked to run on lights and sirens to a call before it's level of urgency is set. Especially when said call is a headache. Technically, as I understand things, by running on lights and sirens to a call that you do not believe warrants it you are breaking the law. Personally, if I were the driver, I would be proceeding under normal road conditions to this until/unless it is upgraded with a category. If it were an untriaged difficulty breathing, or other potentially serious incident, then lights unless proven otherwise, but my safety, and adherence to the law are not to be risked just because there are not enough ambulances. That is not my fault!