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Air ambulance lands in Grantham park after report of boy falling from tree

Air ambulance lands in Dysart Park. Facebook/Tracy Burling
Air ambulance lands in Dysart Park. Facebook/Tracy Burling

The Lincs and Notts air ambulance landed in Dysart Park in Grantham yesterday afternoon after reports of a boy falling from a tree.

Pictures of the air ambulance were put on Facebook by Tracy Burling just after 6.30pm.

She said the helicopter later took off and left a land ambulance crew to deal with the casualty.

A spokesman for Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance said: “We received a call at 17:57 to Dysart Park in Grantham. The caller reported a patient who had fallen. We sent a paramedic on a car and the Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire Air Ambulance. One patient was taken to Lincoln County Hospital for further care.”


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