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Air ambulance called to Whatman Park in Maidstone after person 'falls from height' in play area


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The air ambulance was called to family park after a person "fell from height" in a play area.

The helicopter and paramedics from the ambulance service were spotted at Whatman Park, Maidstone, at around 7.30pm last night.

An air ambulance takes off from the Maidstone park

Also known as Millennium Park the ambulance service was called to one of its play areas.

One witness spotted the aircraft, which was not needed, taking off from the park just after 8.30pm.

A spokesman for the ambulance service said: "I can confirm that SECAmb was called at approximately 7.30pm yesterday to reports a person had suffered a fall from height in Whatman Park, Maidstone.

"Ambulance crews attended and were joined at the scene by the Kent, Surrey Sussex Air Ambulance Service.

The air ambulance was called to Whatman Park, Maidstone, on Monday, June 20
The air ambulance was called to Whatman Park, Maidstone, on Monday, June 20

"The person was assessed and treated at the scene before being taken to hospital by road."

The air ambulance has been contacted for more information.

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