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Air ambulance lands at Herne Bay Football Club after serious clash of heads during match

19 March 2016
by Dan Wright

The air ambulance landed at Herne Bay Football Club this afternoon following a serious clash of heads.

Officials called the match between Herne Bay and Ramsgate off after Bay's Lee Browning and Ramsgate's Nick Treadwell collided.

The match was able to continue after the incident in the first half, but half-time was extended to allow for treatment.

The air ambulance has landed. Picture Ramsgate Football Club

The air ambulance has landed. Picture: Ramsgate Football Club

Players and officials gather around the two injured players. Picture Chris Davey.

Players and officials gathered around the two injured players. Picture: Chris Davey.

The air ambulance at the scene. Picture Ramsgate Football Club

The air ambulance at the scene. Picture: Ramsgate Football Club

It was then called off with the score at 1-0 to Bay so the air ambulance could land.

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