Man taken to hospital after air ambulance attends incident near Bexhill

A 54-year-old man has been taken to hospital after an air ambulance attended an incident near Bexhill this morning (Saturday, May 23).

Pictures emerged this afternoon of an air ambulance on a field next to Bexleigh Avenue, near Glyne Gap Beach.

According to Sussex Police, officers were called to support ambulance staff with a medical incident 'in the Pebsham area in Bexhill' at 11am.

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A spokesperson added: "A 54-year-old man has been taken to hospital.

The air ambulance landed nearBexleigh Avenue. Photo courtesy of Lee Floyd

"The matter is not being treated as suspicious and the man has been left in the care of medical staff."

South East Coast Ambulance Service has been approached for comment.

The air ambulance landed nearBexleigh Avenue. Photo courtesy of Lee Floyd

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