Air ambulance airlifts Wisbech area boy to King’s Lynn Hospital after collision with car at Elm

PUBLISHED: 07:51 20 March 2017 | UPDATED: 07:51 20 March 2017

Touching down in Elm, Magpas air ambulance on its way to treat injured child

Touching down in Elm, Magpas air ambulance on its way to treat injured child

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An air ambulance landed in Elm near Wisbech on Friday afternoon to airlift a young boy injured in a collision with a car.

At around 4.30pm Magpas air ambulance landed at the bottom of a garden in the Henry Warby Avenue area of the village with a doctor and paramedic on board.

A Magpas spokesman said: “They had been called by the EEAST ambulance service to treat a boy injured in a collision with a car.

“The Magpas enhanced medical team assessed the boy who had sustained a leg injury. “They sedated him at the scene (providing him with A&E level care) and provided him with pain relief.

“They then airlifted him to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn. He was in a stable condition upon arrival at hospital.”


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