Woman in her eighties taken to hospital with hip injury after Royston High Street fall

PUBLISHED: 11:04 13 June 2016 | UPDATED: 11:08 13 June 2016

The woman in her eighties was taken to hospital.

The woman in her eighties was taken to hospital.

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A woman in her eighties was taken to hospital with a hip injury after falling in Royston High Street on Friday.

Ambulance services were called at 11.14am after the woman fell outside Store Twenty One, and a rapid response vehicle and ambulance crew helped the woman before taking her to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge for further treatment.

The fall comes exactly one week after a woman in her fifties was taken to hospital with a dislocated and fractured shoulder after falling outside the same High Street store.

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