Man hurt in ‘incident with cow’ near Thrapston

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A man was flown to hospital yesterday after he was hurt in an ‘incident with a cow’.

The Magpas air ambulance landed in Clopton, near Thrapston, yesterday (Thursday) at about 9.15am after being alerted to the fact a man in his 50s had been injured in an incident involving a cow.

The enhanced medical team assessed the patient and provided him with pain relief at the scene, working alongside an EMAS paramedic crew and a community first responder, before airlifting the man to Peterborough City Hospital.

He was in a stable condition upon arrival.

An EMAS spokesman said: “We received a call at 8.42am to Clopton to assist with a medical emergency.

“We sent a community first responder, a paramedic in an ambulance car, a crewed ambulance and the air ambulance.

“We transported one patient to Peterborough City Hospital.”