Helicopter crew had to transport a patient to hospital this afternoon after he fell ill in Rambatom.
Just before 1.45pm today, July 7, emergency services were called to Stubbins Lane in Rambutom after someone fell ill at a nearby business.
Two air ambulances, a land ambulance, and two response vehicles arrived at the scene after being alerted.
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An NWAA spokesman confirmed that the first of the two helicopter crews arrived at about 2:20 p.m.
Professionals treated the patient at the scene before transporting him to the hospital.
A Northwest Ambulance Service (NWAS) spokesman said: “We have responded to a medical incident at a business address on Stubbans Lane.
“One patient has been taken to hospital.
“We received a 999 call at 13.44, which included an ambulance, two response vehicles and two helmed crew at the scene.”
The patient’s current condition is not yet known, but both NWAS and Northwest Air Ambulance (NWAA) have been contacted for updates.