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Air ambulance called to ’emergency incident’ in Dover

A large police and emergency service response, including an air ambulance, was called to an incident in Snargate Street, Dover earlier today.

A fleet of seven police cars as well as fire engines were called to the vicinity by South East Coast Ambulance Service at 11:55am.

An air ambulance landed on Dover beach shortly after, with two paramedics spotted running towards a private address on Snargate Street.

LKJ Media captured photos and footage before posting it onto their twitter page:

Air ambulances are usually reserved for serious injuries, or those that may need specialist treatment at specific hospitals.

Eyewitnesses, reported that a single person was carried into the helicopter before it took off shortly after 12:30pm.

An official spokesperson said: “Kent Police officers assisted South East Coast Ambulance Service at a medical incident at a private address in Snargate Street, Dover at 11.55am on Friday, May 7.”