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Air ambulance lands in Minster after woman injured in horse accident off Chequers Road

10 April 2014
by Times Guardian reporter
A woman has been airlifted to hospital this morning after she suffered a head injury in an accident involving a horse on Sheppey.
An ambulance and paramedic car went to an address off Chequers Road, Minster, after a call at 9.40am.
The woman, believed to be in her 60s, had what is described as an isolated head injury.
An air ambulance was called

An air ambulance was called to Minster

The air ambulance was called to help and took the woman to Queen's Hospital, Romford.
It is reported the helicopter landed in a field near Bell Farm Lane.

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