Man airlifted to hospital after falling from a tree in Shotton.
A man was airlifted to hospital on Saturday with serious injuries after he fell from a tree on Killins Lane Shotton.
The accident happened just before 6pm on Saturday when a man fell from a tree it’s believed he was trimming.
Police closed the lane as paramedics attended the scene of the incident.
An air ambulance was seen landing behind Talesin School at around 6.20pm, the Wales Air Ambulance which now have ‘flying doctors’ onboard was on the ground for over an hour.
The helicopter took off around 7.35pm, the man was flown to Royal Stoke University Hospital with serious injuries.
Video sent to us by Elliott Shore of the Wales Air Ambulance departing for Stoke A&E.
A Welsh Ambulance Service spokesperson said:
“We were called shortly before 6pm on Saturday 9th July to reports that a male had fallen out of a tree on Killins Lane in Shotton.
“The Wales Air Ambulance, a rapid response vehicle and an emergency ambulance attended the scene and a male was airlifted to Royal Stoke University Hospital with serious injuries.”
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