Emergency services called to hotel
- Credit: Sophie Wyllie
Emergency services were called to a riverside hotel after concerns were raised about a woman's safety.
The incident took place at the Central Hotel bed and breakfast on Riverside Road in Norwich on Thursday, November 21.
A Norfolk Police spokesman said: "Police were called at 4.30pm following concerns for the safety of a woman. Officers attended an address on Riverside Road a short time later and found a woman in need of medical assistance and she has since been taken to hospital."
Two ambulances, one East of England Ambulance Service car and one police car were called and were still at the hotel just before 7pm.
The woman was left in the care of the ambulance service.
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Staff members from the hotel would not comment on the incident.
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