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Man, 62, airlifted by Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance to Royal London Hospital after falling from scaffolding in Aylesford

14 February 2014
by James Walker

The Kent air ambulance

The air ambulance was called to Studd Hill

A man had to be airlifted to the Royal London Hospital after he fell from scaffolding.

The 62-year-old fell at around 10.40am yesterday and both the Kent Air Ambulance and South East Coast Ambulance attended the scene in Aylesford.

The air ambulance reports that the accidental fall caused injuries to his head, neck and thorax.  

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