Air ambulance lands in Fenland town to treat horse rider injured in a fall
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An air ambulance was called to March, Cambridgeshire, today after a woman was thrown off her horse and lost consciousness.
Magpas Helimedix sent a team to a field outside of the Fenland town at around 9.30am to treat the rider.
A Magpas spokesman said the woman, in her 50s, awoke and complained of “severe neck discomfort”
The medics gave her pain relief whilst working alongside a local GP and East of England ambulance crew that was also at the scene.
“Due to the location of the incident, the Helimedix then flew the woman to Peterborough City Hospital, (monitoring her all the way,” said the spokesman.
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“On arrival at the hospital, her condition was non-life-threatening.”
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