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Two air ambulances attend medical alert at Cyclopark complex in Gravesend

By KentOnline reporter

Medics and police were called to the Cyclopark complex in Gravesend this afternoon.

Two air ambulances – Kent's and another from London – were drafted in to help with what police described as a "medical incident".

It happened at about 12.20pm at the park, where there are facilities for cycling, BMXing and skating.

The Cyclopark in Gravesend. Stock image
The Cyclopark in Gravesend. Stock image

A police spokesman said they were called to the venue, off Watling Street, at 12.21pm.

He added: "Officers attended the scene to provide assistance to crews from the South East Coast Ambulance Service."

A Cyclopark spokesman said: "Our staff have been assisting the relevant authorities appropriately with their investigation and also supporting our staff members who helped to deal with this tragic incident.”

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