Man injured by bull on farm
AN air ambulance crew has treated an injured man after he was thrown by a bull on a Suffolk farm.
MEDICS treated an injured man after he was thrown by a bull on a Suffolk farm.
Emergency services were called to Stanchills Farm in Hengrave at 1.15pm yesterday when reports came in that a man in his 50s had been injured by the bull.
Paramedics from the emergency charity Magpas flew in on an air ambulance to the farm and treated him for minor injuries.
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He was then taken to West Suffolk Hospital for further treatment by land ambulance.
Deborah Florence, spokesperson for Magpas, said: “It is through our working partnerships with the East Anglian Air Ambulance charity that we are able to deliver such a rapid and coordinated response in these circumstances.”
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