Ambulance crews rush to attend to baby boy who lost consciousness after suffering head injury in Letchworth

An air ambulance landed in Letchworth yesterday to help attend to a baby boy who had lost consciousn

An air ambulance landed in Letchworth yesterday to help attend to a baby boy who had lost consciousness after suffering a head injury. - Credit: Archant

An air ambulance landed in Letchworth yesterday to help attend to a baby boy who had lost consciousness after suffering a head injury.

Ambulance crews were called at about 12.45pm after the incident in Third Avenue, next to Sainsbury’s. A rapid response vehicle, an ambulance crew and the Herts Air Ambulance were despatched.

The child regained consciousness after paramedics arrived. He was taken to the Lister Hospital in Stevenage by land ambulance for further treatment.

A spokesman for the ambulance service told the Comet that his condition was not thought to be life-threatening.


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