UPDATE: Male in ‘serious condition’ after incident at Teville Gate

Police and the ambulance service have been called to Teville Gate, in Worthing
Police and the ambulance service have been called to Teville Gate, in Worthing

A male was airlifted to St George’s Hospital, in Tooting, in a ‘serious condition’ after falling from a car park on Friday afternoon, according to the South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb).

Emergency services were called to Teville Gate, in Worthing, to reports a person had fallen from the car park at about 4pm.

The air ambulance landed in Homefield Park, Worthing

The air ambulance landed in Homefield Park, Worthing

A spokesman for Sussex Police said: “A male is in a serious condition and the air ambulance has landed to take him to hospital.”

Ambulance crews from SECAmb attended the scene to assist crews from the air ambulance service, according to a spokesman.

The spokesman added: “We responded to reports a person had fallen from height. The patient was assessed and treated for serious injuries before being airlifted to St George’s Hospital in Tooting.”

A spokesman for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance (KSS) confirmed the air ambulance was called to an incident in Worthing and landed in Homefield Park, Worthing.