Published: 10:00, 04 September 2017 |
Updated: 10:38, 04 September 2017
A woman was resuscitated near County Hall in Maidstone this morning.
Paramedics, a fire crew and police were called at 10am and a cordon was erected near the Sessions House entrance, in County Road.
One ambulance, a response car, the air ambulance road crew, three police vehicles and a fire engine were called but by half past the woman had been taken to William Harvey Hospital, Ashford, in a serious condition.
A police spokesman: "Officers attended the scene where a woman received medical treatment from ambulance crews. She was taken to a local hospital for further medical attention."
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