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Harwich: Boy flown to Ipswich Hospital after suffering suspected head injury in fall at beach

06:41 20 August 2014

An East Anglian Air Ambulance spokesman said it received reports a young boy had fallen and sustained the head injury in Harwich shortly after 12.15pm.

An East Anglian Air Ambulance spokesman said it received reports a young boy had fallen and sustained the head injury in Harwich shortly after 12.15pm.

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A boy who suffered a suspected head injury at a beach in north-east Essex was flown to hospital yesterday.

An East Anglian Air Ambulance spokesman said it received reports a young boy had fallen and sustained the suspected head injury in Harwich shortly after 12.15pm.

Critical care paramedic Simeon Tomlinson and pre-hospital care doctor Pam Chrispin treated the youngster at the scene before he was flown to Ipswich Hospital.

The air ambulance spokesman said it is thought the boy was in a stable condition yesterday.

No further details about the incident were released.

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