Air ambulance lands in town centre park after man collapses
- Credit: Archant
An air ambulance has landed in a town centre park this afternoon after a man collapsed.
Police were called at 2:30pm to reports a man had collapsed in the stairwell at the St James multi-storey car park on Blackfriars Street in King's Lynn.
One land ambulance, a rapid response car and an air ambulance from Magpas Helimedics, which landed just after 3pm, were sent to the scene.
The man has been taken to hospital by road ambulance and the helicopter has left the scene.
The road has been reopened.
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Police had cordoned off the stairwell.
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