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Air ambulance lands at Isle of Sheppey Academy, Sheerness, after a man suffered a fall

By Times Guardian reporter

An air ambulance landed in a school field after it was called to a man who had suffered a fall.

The helicopter was seen at Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey’s west campus in Marine Parade, Sheerness, this morning after it was called to an address nearby at 10.29am.

A spokesman for the Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance said the patient, an adult male, was assessed at the scene by its paramedics.

The air ambulance in the Isle of Sheppey Academy's field. Picture: Kirsty Elmes

He was then taken to a hospital by road in the care of the South East Coast Ambulance.

The air ambulance in the Isle of Sheppey Academy's field. Picture: Kirsty Elmes

It is not known what injuries he suffered.

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