Air ambulance flown to Wisbech after man in his 30s suffers seizure and loses consciousness

16:24 02 May 2014

A Magpas air ambulance.

A Magpas air ambulance.

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An air ambulance has been flown to Wisbech following an emergency call to a man in his 30s who had collapsed and lost consciousness.

The emergency happened at 1:51pm this afternoon when Magpas Helimedix (Doctor Jon Birks and Paramedic Oliver Robinson) arrived at a house in the centre of town.

“A man (in his 30’s) collapsed, lost consciousness and then suffered a seizure,” said a Magpas spokesman.

“The Magpas team were first on the scene, alongside a First Responder. The Helimedix administered medication to improve the patient’s state of health. The man was then accompanied to King’s Lynn Hospital, in a land ambulance, in a stable condition”

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