Air ambulance crew called out to Sheringham

An air ambulance crew was called out to help a man who had collapsed at a doctor's surgery in Sheringham but he died before they got to the scene.

Rebecca George, a spokeswoman for the East Anglian Air Ambulance, said the air ambulance had been mobilised to Sheringham Medical Practice in Cromer Road, at about 11.30am on Thursday morning, after reports of a 57-year-old man who had collapsed in the surgery.

The crew landed in a children's play area near to the surgery, but the man had died before they arrived on the scene.