Men hurt in falls taken to hospital
Two casualties were taken to the William Harvey Hospital yesterday (Wednesday) morning after two separate incidents in Ashford.
At 8.20am, two ambulances, one paramedic car and the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance were all called to Whitfield Road, South Ashford, to a report that a man in his 20s had suffered a fit on the pavement. He had collapsed and suffered a head injury during the fall.
He was taken by road ambulance, assisted by crews from the air ambulance, to the hospital.
In a separate incident, one ambulance was called to Faversham Road, Kennington, at around 9.30am to a report that a man in his 30s had come off his bike near the junction of George Williams Way.
He was treated for a potential collar bone, back and arm injury and taken to hospital.