Emergency medical teams rush to Cambridgeshire village after reports of man being trampled by horses
EMERGENCY medical staff rushed to a Cambridgeshire village today after reports of a man being trampled by horses.
Magpas Helimedix Doctor Darren Reid, and volunteer Paramedic Ryan Warwick and transfer technician Zoe Coll were called out to Earith this morning to deal with the emergency.
A Magpas spokesman said: “They arrived promptly at a field in the area, at 8:20am.
“A man (in his 30’s) suffered serious leg injuries. The Magpas team sedated him and administered advanced pain killers.
“The patient was then accompanied by the Helimedix, to Hinchingbrooke Hospital, in a Land Ambulance. His condition is not critical at this time.”
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The spokesman added that “an EEAST Ambulance Crew was also on the scene; they worked brilliantly alongside the Magpas Team.”
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