AN AIR ambulance landed in Towyn yesterday afternoon (September 24) to attend a “medical emergency” in the town.

It arrived just before 4.30pm by Towyn Park.

Also in attendance were the Welsh Ambulance Service, and North Wales Police.


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A Wales Air Ambulance spokesperson said: “I can confirm that the Wales Air Ambulance attended an incident in the Towyn area on Sunday afternoon.

“A crew from Welshpool attended by air and arrived on scene at 4.29pm. Our involvement concluded at 5.23pm.”

Welsh Ambulance Service added: “We were called yesterday shortly before 4pm to reports of a medical emergency in Towyn.

“We sent one emergency ambulance, one Cymru High Acuity Response Unit paramedic, and one advanced paramedic practitioner to the scene, where we were supported by the Wales Air Ambulance and the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service.”

North Wales Police said: “We attended to assist the Welsh Ambulance Service with a medical incident.

“Nothing further at this time.”