Air ambulance lands after baby becomes unwell in Harpenden

PUBLISHED: 11:05 15 July 2018 | UPDATED: 07:06 16 July 2018

Paramedics are on the scene in Stevenage's Grace Way after someone reportedly fell while on a bus.

Paramedics are on the scene in Stevenage's Grace Way after someone reportedly fell while on a bus.

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An air ambulance landed in Harpenden this morning after a baby became unwell.

Police and the ambulance service attended the incident in Westfield Road at about 8.45am.

A police spokeswoman confirmed the emergency service presence was for “a baby who had become unwell and needed to be taken to hospital”.

It is not clear if the child was transported to hospital via air or road ambulance.

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