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Man collapsed in Aldi supermarket car park Sheerness

By John Nurden

Emergency services were called to the Aldi supermarket in Sheerness this morning when a shopper collapsed in the car park.

Fire crews arrived to give first aid.

A paramedic car and then an ambulance arrived. Police were also present.

Ambulance in Aldi car park, Sheerness, today.

An eye-witness said crews spent up to 40 minutes trying to resuscitate the man on the ground before he was put into the back of the ambulance.

A police spokesman said: "Kent Police responded to a report of a medical incident in Millennium Way, Sheerness at 9.52am. Officers attended the scene with South East Coast Ambulance Service."

The ambulance was still in the car park at 11.30am.

Ambulance in Aldi car park, Sheerness, today.

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