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Police and ambulance called to McDonalds in St Georges Street, Canterbury to reports of a drunk and abusive 12-year-old girl

03 January 2014
by Lowri Stafford

A young girl was said to have been abusive to ambulance crews after reportedly drinking in Canterbury city centre yesterday evening.

Ambulance crews were called to reports that the 12-year-old was unconscious near the McDonald's in St George's Street at about 6pm.

St George's Street in Canterbury

St George's Street in Canterbury

But when they arrived to help her, the youngster is said to have become abusive, and the police were called.

Officers attended briefly, but she was left in the care of paramedics.

They treated her at the scene, before taking her to the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford for further treatment.

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