Air ambulance called to Shoreham incident
An air ambulance was called to an incident in Shoreham on Friday (May 29).
The Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance was assisted by South East Coast Ambulance service and Sussex Police at the Shoreham field near Norfolk Bridge.
A Sussex Police spokesperson said, “Police received a call at 7.19pm on Friday (May 29) reporting concern for the welfare of a man. The man was found by members of the public in the vicinity of Norfolk Bridge in Shoreham.
“Officers attended and the man was passed into the care of the ambulance service.”
SECAmb has been contacted for further information.
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