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Air ambulance medics called to emergency in Beauchamp Avenue, Deal

An air ambulance was called to assist with a medical emergency in Deal.

Video shows the craft descending in the sky over Trinity Place, Davis Avenue and Beauchamp Avenue at about 11.30pm last night as it prepared to land at Betteshanger Sports and Social Club in Cavell Square.

Meanwhile crew from South East Coast Ambulance Service attended the incident in Beauchamp Avenue.

Kent Police were also in attendance.

The flight path of the air ambulance, taken from the Planefinder app, shows that the helicopter descended towards the Cavell Square sporting ground and then flew to Tides in Victoria Park where it landed.

It then took off and flew to Guys Hospital in London.

The flight path on the Planefinder app shows the helicopter headed to Betteshanger Sports and Social Club and then Tides in Victoria Park where it landed. It then went to Guys Hospital in London (39510174)
The flight path on the Planefinder app shows the helicopter headed to Betteshanger Sports and Social Club and then Tides in Victoria Park where it landed. It then went to Guys Hospital in London (39510174)

A Kent Police spokesman said: "Kent Police was called at 10pm on Wednesday 29 July 2020 following concerns for the welfare of a man at a property in Beauchamp Avenue, Deal.

"Officers attended along with South East Coast Ambulance Service and Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex and the man was flown to a London hospital for treatment.

"Enquiries into the circumstances surrounding the incident are ongoing."

Kent Air Ambulance and SECAMB have been asked to comment.

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