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Man injured after falling from scaffolding in Gravesend

21 May 2014
by KentOnline reporter

A man was taken to a specialist London hospital with arm and head injuries after falling from scaffolding in Gravesend.

Air ambulance crews landed at a school, believed to be the Bronte School in Pelham Road, at 11.37am today amid reports someone had been injured in a fall.

The air ambulance lands at a school in Gravesend after the incident. Picture Nick Bultitude

The air ambulance lands at a school in Gravesend after the incident. Picture: Nick Bultitude

They helped land ambulance staff, before the man was taken by road to King's College Hospital in London.

 

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