Teenage girl airlifted to London hospital after collision in Broadstairs

Air ambulance

Broadstairs Road in Broadstairs – near the Charles Dickens School- is currently closed after a girl was hit by a car this morning (June 28).

The teenager suffered an injury and has been airlifted to a London hospital.

A Kent Police spokesperson said: “Kent Police is attending a report of a collision involving a pedestrian and a car in Broadstairs Road, Broadstairs.

“Officers were called to the scene at 8.19am.  The South East Coast Ambulance Service is also in attendance.

“A teenage girl sustained an injury and has been taken to a London hospital via helicopter.

“The road currently remains closed while enquiries into the collision are ongoing.”

A South East Coast Ambulance service spokesperson added: “SECAmb were called shortly after 8am this morning to reports of a collision involving a young person and a car in Broadstairs Road.

“Crews arrived and assessed and treated one person at the scene before they were joined by the Air Ambulance Charity Kent, Surrey, Sussex who airlifted the person to Kings College Hospital in London for further medical treatment.”

An Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex spokesperson said: “A helicopter from Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS) was dispatched to Broadstairs on 28 June.

“Our crew worked with SECAmb and Kent Police to help treat the patient, involved in a road traffic collision. They then transported the patient to a major trauma centre by air.”


    • It’s about being positive, reflecting, and praying, Hugh. Understanding this is likely a tough time for friends and family; it is best to keep positive thoughts and pray that she has a speedy recovery.

      Best wishes
      from those who care.

    • HughJampton.
      I cannot understand why you are commenting unless you are able to say something positive or encouraging, you appear to be bereft of any normal compassion or empathy.
      Or…… to put it simply, just shut up unless you have something helpful to say.

    • I dont think Hugh Jampton is religious. Nor do they understand how it works. Or has an ounce of sympathy in his body.

      • Or they’ve never been presented with tangible evidence that prayers have ever made any difference to anything and that such statements on a religious level are utterly empty. However expressing good wishes at least offers a bit of positivity even if again it’ll never achieve anything meaningful.
        Probably the best thing for most of us to do is a few minutes overtime and pay a bit more tax of which a tiny bit might get to the nhs, or donate to the air ambulance.

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