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An air ambulance has landed at a park after police, fire crews and several paramedics were called to a railway station.

Emergency services were spotted outside Ramsgate railway station just before 11am today.

The air ambulance at the Warre Recreation Ground, which is near Ramsgate railway station
The air ambulance at the Warre Recreation Ground, which is near Ramsgate railway station

The helicopter was seen landing nearby at the Warre Recreation Ground, forcing a game of football to be suspended.

An eyewitness told KentOnline : "There were two big ambulances, three or four critical care paramedic vehicles, a police car and fire engine outside Ramsgate station.

"Police were holding up blankets to create a temporary shield.

The helicopter circled the area for a while – I assume it was waiting for the police to clear the football pitch."

British Transport Police and the ambulance service have been contacted for comment.

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