Woman taken to hospital after horse fall

PUBLISHED: 14:35 28 June 2012

Ambulance Service

Ambulance Service


A WOMAN from Royston was taken to hospital after falling from a horse today (Thursday).

A MAGPAS helicopter flew to Royston and arrived at the scene at 10:49am, to treat the patient who suffered head injuries and was in an agitated state.

She was lying on a dirt track next to a field.

They sedated her and provided her with A&E level care, whilst assisting the EEAST Ambulance Crew to facilitate moving the woman to a land ambulance.

She was taken to Addenbrooke’s where she is in a serious but stable condition.

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