Air ambulance called after man suffers cardiac arrest in Lowestoft
A man in his 50s was airlifted to hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest in Lowestoft.
Emergency services were called just before 2pm on Thursday (June 16) to help the man – close to the A1144 on Normanston Drive.
An ambulance crew, two rapid response vehicles, an ambulance officer and the East Anglian Air Ambulance were all called to assist.
A spokesman said: 'Fortunately crews were able to restart the man's heart before he was then air lifted to Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital in a serious condition.'
The air ambulance landed in a nearby park – understood to be Normanston Park – before medics provided further care.
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