Original article from Kent Live
An air ambulance was called to Dover today (May 7) following an incident in Snargate Street.
Photos taken by LKJ Media and posted to Twitter documented the dramatic series of events which saw a large emergency services presence descend on the seafront and high street.
The helicopter landed at the beach at around midday. Shortly after two paramedics were spotted running towards a private address in Snargate Street.
Kent Police was requested to assist by South East Coast Ambulance Service at 11.55am, with fire engines and several police cars also called to the vicinity.
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Snargate Street, near the site of the now-closed Deja Vu nightclub, is just minutes from the beachfront where the helicopter made its landing.
Air ambulances are fairly uncommon sights, their use generally necessitated by serious injuries, or those that may need specialist treatment at a specific hospital.
According to eyewitness accounts, a single person was seen being carried to the helicopter before it took off at around 12.30pm.
A spokesman for Kent Police said: "Kent Police officers assisted South East Coast Ambulance Service at a medical incident at a private address in Snargate Street, Dover at 11.55am on Friday, May 7."
KentLive has reached out to South East Coast Ambulance Service for further details.
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