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Person hospitalised after medical emergency in town centre

PUBLISHED: 14:25 18 October 2019 | UPDATED: 14:25 18 October 2019

Emergency services were called to Fakenham following reports of a person suffering a seizure. Picture: Michaela Squance

Emergency services were called to Fakenham following reports of a person suffering a seizure. Picture: Michaela Squance

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Emergency services were pressed into action following reports of a medical incident.

The East of England Ambulance Service was called at 3.25pm on Thursday, October 17, following reports of a person experiencing a seizure in Norwich Street, Fakenham.

They sent an ambulance and a rapid response vehicle, while police and a fire crew from King's Lynn South were also called to assist the ambulance service.

One person was removed from the relevant property on a stretcher and was subsequently taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn for further care.


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