Boy taken to London hospital with ‘life-threatening’ injuries after ‘welfare concern’ incident in Ramsgate

Emergency services in Marina Road

A boy has been taken to a London hospital with life-threatening injuries after emergency services were called to a welfare concern report in Ramsgate.

Emergency services were called to Marina Road at 6.53am today (April 22) .The boy was found to be suffering injuries consistent with a fall from a height and was taken to hospital.

The road has been cordoned off by officers.

A South East Coast Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We attended reports of a fall from height at approximately 7am today. Ambulance and air ambulance crews attended the scene and the person has been taken to hospital in a life-threatening condition.”

A Kent Police spokesman added: “Kent Police was called to a report of concern for a boy in Marina Road, Ramsgate at 6.53am.

“Officers and the South East Coast Ambulance Service attended the scene where the boy had sustained injuries and was taken to hospital.”


  1. Hopefully he will recover from this and not have any life changing problems. The report has no information on approximate age or any other people present. Let’s hope paramedics and doctors are able to do what is necessary and appropriate.

    • Hi Summer, I was on my morning exercise too just before this happened. Is there any way I can private message you?

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