Air ambulance called to Mundesley to help man in “life-threatening” condition

PUBLISHED: 14:08 19 September 2015 | UPDATED: 14:54 19 September 2015

The air ambulance at Mundsley this morning.

The air ambulance at Mundsley this morning.


Doctors are battling to save a man’s life after he was airlifted to hospital by the East of England Air Ambulance.

The patient, who is in his late 60s, had suffered a “life-threatening medical incident”, according to a spokesman for the air ambulance.

Anglia One was tasked to Mundesley this morning and landed in the village at 10.15am.

The medical team, consisting of Dr Temesvari, Dr De Maria, and critical care paramedic Rod Wells, treated the patient at the scene before flying him to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

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