A COUPLE of air ambulances were called to an incident near Prestatyn on Monday (May 27) due to a “medical incident”.

This was on Shore Road, Gronant, by the Presthaven Beach Resort, at approximately 8.30am.

North Wales Police and the Welsh Ambulance Service also attended the scene.


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A Wales Air Ambulance spokesperson said: "I can confirm that the Wales Air Ambulance attended an incident in that region on May 27.

“Our Caernarfon and Welshpool-based crews were allocated at 08:06 and attended by air.

“They arrived at the scene at 8.38am. Our involvement concluded at 10.21am."

North Wales Police confirmed it was a “medical incident” but declined to comment further.

A witness told the Journal that there were also “lots of ambulances present” and that the road was closed off going into Presthaven while the incident was dealt with.

The Welsh Ambulance Service was also approached for further comment.