Air ambulance lands in field on edge of village
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An air ambulance was sent to an incident in east Suffolk this morning.
The aircraft – from the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance service – landed on the edge of a field in Orford Road, Rendlesham, at around 10.45am.
A spokeswoman for the service said the medical staff had been providing help at an accident in Bromeswell.
She saiod: “Essex & Herts Air Ambulance was tasked to assist EEAST (East of England Ambulance Service Trust) with a female patient involved in a horse riding incident in Bromeswell.
“Teams worked together on scene to optimise patient outcome.
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“The patient was transferred to the emergency department for ongoing treatment.”
Suffolk Constabulary said there had been no major traffic accidents in the area
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