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Air ambulance, police and paramedics at the scene of an incident in Marlborough Road near Gillingham High Street

The air ambulance, police and paramedics were called to a busy high street yesterday afternoon to reports a man had collapsed.

The air ambulance landed on the Great Lines Heritage Park at the corner of Marlborough Road and Brompton Road.

A police spokesman said the ambulance service requested their assistance while they dealt with a man having a medical episode.

The air ambulance was called. Stock picture.
The air ambulance was called. Stock picture.

The man had had a heart attack and suffered injuries to his head. He was flown to William Harvey Hospital, Ashford.

A passerby said there were three ambulances and several police cars, and that other members of the public had told him there is a man on the ground.

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