Man Airlifted To Hospital After Crash in Haddenham
THIS dramatic photo shows the rescue bid by emergency services to free a man trapped in his car after an accident on Saturday.The single vehicle accident was at Hill Road, Causeway, Haddenham and a man in his 20s became trapped in his vehicle after t
THIS dramatic photo shows the rescue bid by emergency services to free a man trapped in his car after an accident on Saturday.
The single vehicle accident was at Hill Road, Causeway, Haddenham and a man in his 20s became trapped in his vehicle after the car rolled into ditch.
He was cut from his car by the fire and rescue service.
Magpas Emergency Medical Team was deployed to offer advanced medical assistance and were taken to scene by the East Anglian Air Ambulance from their base at RAF Wyton.
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Emergency Medical Team members attending were Dr Peter Holden and critical care paramedic Simon Standen and pilot Chris Sheriff from EAAA.
The patient had sustained head, chest and back injury. The Magpas Emergency Medical Team provided pain relief, splinted the patient pelvis and reduced the patients shoulder.
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He was then escorted by Dr Peter Holden and critical care paramedic Simon Standen to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge by land ambulance, where the condition of patient was described as serious but not life threatening.