Air ambulance called to Dereham after woman in 30s has suspected stroke

PUBLISHED: 17:59 03 June 2014

The air ambulance landing on Scarning Fen.

The air ambulance landing on Scarning Fen.


An air ambulance was circling over Dereham after reports of a woman in her 30s who had a stroke.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance were called at around 3.20pm today to Breckland Business Centre in the town centre.

The crew landed at Scarning Fen and a rapid response vehicle, and a land ambulance also attended.

The woman was taken to the Queen Elizabeth hospital in King’s Lynn.


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