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Canterbury: Police helicopter called in after concerns raised for man's welfare

By David Gazet

Emergency services including a police helicopter were scrambled after concerns were raised for a man's welfare in Canterbury.

Officers were called in after receiving a report just before 5.30pm yesterday evening. 

The search lasted more than five hours and ended when the man was found just before midnight near Whitehall Road. 

A police helicopter has helped in the search. Stock Pic.

A police helicopter has helped in the search. Stock Pic.

He was passed into the care of medical teams and taken to hospital.

 

 

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