An air ambulance landed in a Swindon park this afternoon after a casualty reportedly suffered a cardiac arrest.
Specialist medics from the Bristol-based Great Western Air Ambulance arrived at the scene in Queen’s Park in their green and blue helicopter at around 1pm today.
A number of ambulance vehicles were seen parked outside the York Road entrance time the green space, alongside two police cars.
A witness told Wiltshire 999s that a man suffered a heart attack, but this had not yet been confirmed.
Its also not clear whether the casualty suffered the medical episode in the park or in a nearby address.
Weve approached South Western Ambulance Service for comment.
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