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Air ambulance scrambled to medical incident in Sheerness

By KentOnline reporter

An air ambulance was scrambled this afternoon to attend a "medical incident" in Sheerness.

Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance landed on the beach, by the Neptune Snooker Club, at about 2.30pm.

The crew was called to help paramedics in two ambulances who had been called to James Street.

An air ambulance spokesman said: "We were called to a medical incident at a residential address.

The air ambulance on the beach off Marine Parade, Sheerness
The air ambulance on the beach off Marine Parade, Sheerness

"The crew assisted the ground ambulance at the scene."

The patient was taken to Medway Maritime Hospital by road ambulance.

The ambulance in Richmond Street, Sheerness
The ambulance in Richmond Street, Sheerness

The spokesman could not confirm the nature of the medical incident.

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