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Man flown to London hospital after accident in Tunbridge Wells

18 July 2014
by Annabel Rusbridge-Thomas

A man has been flown to hospital by Air Ambulance after an accident.

Kent Police, ambulance and air ambulance crews were called to reports of the incident at Mount Ephraim near the Royal Wells Hotel.

The man, who is thought to have suffered injuries to his leg and head has been flown to King's College Hospital in London. 

An air ambulance was called to Tunbridge Wells

An air ambulance was called to Tunbridge Wells

A spokesman for Kent Police, said: "Police were called at 2.40pm following a collision between a car and a person.

"His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening."

Kent, Sussex and Surry Air Ambulance landed on Tunbridge Wells common near Church Road. 

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