Air ambulance called to injured teenager

PUBLISHED: 16:05 01 September 2012

Photo sent in by John Trudgian via

Photo sent in by John Trudgian via

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AN AIR ambulance flew a medical team to a teenage boy who was injured in Weston yesterday (Fri) evening.

Great Western Air Ambulance landed near a home in Locking Road to help treat a boy, believed to be 14 years old, after he suffered a trauma injury, at about 5pm.

A spokesman for the service said the teenager was taken to Bristol Children’s Hospital by road ambulance but his injuries were not thought to be life-threatening.

These photographs were sent in by Mercury reader John Trudgian via

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