Air ambulance lands in Corby for patient injured in a fall
The helicopter was spotted in Danesholme
An air ambulance that landed in Corby yesterday (Tuesday) was called out for a patient injured in a fall.
The helicopter was spotted in Danesholme, Corby yesterday morning.
A spokesman for The Air Ambulance Service said their Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance was activated at 8.43am and landed by 8.56am.
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The spokesman said: "We were called to attend a patient who had sustained injuries in a fall."
The Air Ambulance Service is a charity that relies on donations to keep going, with the average mission costing £1,700.
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