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Man given medical help after collapsing in Broadstairs High Street outside the Nationwide bank

30 April 2014
by Mary Louis
Emergency crews were called after a man in his 60s collapsed at the Nationwide in Broadstairs High Street this morning.
 
A Kent air ambulance crew provided clinical support to paramedics from the South East Coast Ambulance service (SECAMB) who were called at 11.20am.
 
They spent an hour at the scene stabilising the man, before taking him to the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford by road.
 
An ambulance on duty. Stock picture

An ambulance on duty. Stock picture

 
A SECAMB spokesman said the man had not initially been fully conscious.

 

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