Emergency services have been called to a collision in Cliftonville this afternoon (November 8).
Part of Northdown Road, at Leicester Avenue, has been cordoned off while police and paramedics attend to the incident.
Three ambulances, a paramedic car and police are in attendance. The air ambulance is also at the scene.
A Kent Police spokesperson said: “Kent Police received a report of a collision involving three vehicles at 2.45pm.
“Officers and the South East Coast Ambulance are attending the scene in Northdown Road, Cliftonville. A man has sustained injuries and is being taken to a local hospital.”
Four ambulances, a paramedic car and helicopter seen flying over.
I can make out 4 ambulances, 1 fast response ambulance car, 3 police vehicles and a report elsewhere of a helicopter (not confirmed). No fire service, so no-one needed cutting out of any vehicles, one presumes.
This must have been quite an accident, or is it a case of overkill?
I hope not but I hope any injuries were minimal.
In the meantime, try calling an emergency vehicle for elsewhere.
I saw a man receiving CPR on the ground so it definitely was serious sadly
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