Meath County Councillors have agreed to write to the Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly asking him to abandon an ambulance bypass of the A&E at Our Lady's hospital in Navan.
From the 12th of December next ambulances will cease bringing critically ill patients there and will instead bring them to other nearby hospitals.
It comes following the news that no ambulances were available for a time across Cavan and Monaghan over the weekend.
There was 11 ambulances in the night time fleet covering the north east on Saturday night last but for a time all ambulances were in the car park of Our Lady of Lourdes in Drogheda as the hospital had become inundated with patients.
There is a special meeting being held by 'Save the Navan Hospital Campaign' in Navan tomorrow night.
Meath West TD Peadar Tóibín who is also the chair of the save the Navan hospital campaign says due to the lack of capacity and the shocking wait time's to access A&E, lives will be lost: