A number of emergency service vehicles were spotted along a busy road after reports a person was injured after falling from a city wall.
Police, ambulance crews and even an air ambulance road vehicle were seen in Pin Hill, Canterbury, near the Wincheap Roundabout after the incident which is said to have happened shortly before 1.30pm.
At around 1.50pm, six emergency vehicles were seen by the grass verge just off the ring road and paramedics were seen treating someone by the city wall.
A woman who was driving her car and waiting in traffic said she noticed a person fall from the historic wall.
“It was quite odd,” she said. “It was as if someone had thrown a sack down – there was no waving about or anything.
“They looked to have fallen backwards and smacked onto the ground. It would have been from a sitting position.
“I pulled over, but another lady and a man got out in front of us. I heard her say ‘stay where you are’ to them.
“The wall is about 15 to 20 feet. Afterwards I looked up at the top of it and saw nobody there.”
Another witness told KentOnline a woman was reportedly being put in an ambulance.
A spokesman for Kent Police said: “Kent Police was called shortly after 1.20pm to support the South East Coast Ambulance Service with a medical incident on the A28 near Wincheap, Canterbury.”