Major police and ambulance presence in Lyme after man sustains injuries

A MAJOR emergency services presence was called to Anning Road in Lyme Regis this morning.

Four police cars, one community support van, five ambulance vehicles and the Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance were called to the scene at the junction of Anning Road and Charmouth Road.

A statement from the police said: “Dorset Police was called at 9am today, Thursday 5 September 2019, to a concern for welfare report of a man at an address on Anning Road in Lyme Regis.

“It was reported from the ambulance service that the man had sustained injuries.

“Officers attended the address and the man was taken to hospital by the air ambulance.”

Police have said they will not be giving any further statement regarding the circumstances of this incident.

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