Woman in 50s rescued from river after medical emergency
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A woman was rescued from the River Yare after the air ambulance was called to a medical emergency.
Volunteers from HM Coastguard Lowestoft, as well as crews from Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service and ambulance service, were called to reports of a woman in her 50s in the water near Hardley Staithe, near Loddon, on Tuesday, July 30, at 12.21pm.
The woman, who had been pulled onto a passing cruiser, was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for further treatment.
A spokesperson for the East Anglian Air Ambulance said: "Anglia One was tasked near to Norwich to assist the EEAST, police, fire and coastguard teams with a woman in her 50s who had suffered a medical emergency.
"Babcock pilots landed the helicopter close to the scene.
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"Doctor Sarah Fadden and critical care paramedic Mark Milsom gave the patient a full assessment.
"The patient was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital by road ambulance crew for further treatment."
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