Man injures head, back and pelvis after falling from pub roof

The ambulance service were called to the King's Head pub in Belton. Photo: George Ryan

The ambulance service were called to the King's Head pub in Belton. Photo: George Ryan - Credit: George Ryan

A man has been taken to hospital after falling from the roof of a pub.

The air amublance leaving from a field close to the King's Head pub in Belton. Photo: George Ryan

The air amublance leaving from a field close to the King's Head pub in Belton. Photo: George Ryan - Credit: George Ryan

The ambulance service were called just after 1.25pm today (February 11) to reports of a person who had fallen from the scaffold attached to a roof of a public house.

Paramedics arrived to find a male in his 50s had injuries to his head, back and pelvis after falling from the roof of The King's Head in St Johns Road, Belton.

He received medical attention at the scene and was then taken to the James Paget University Hospital for further treatment.

The air ambulance from Norwich was called and landed in a nearby field, but it was not needed.

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