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

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

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.

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