Emergency services called to Spalding property
A patient was airlifted to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham following an incident at a Spalding home.
Emergency services were called to a home in Willesby Road on last night (Tuesday).
Two crews from Spalding's fire station attended at 7.12pm after receiving reports of a fire in a brazier bin getting out of control.
A statement from Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue said: "Both crews from Spalding attended to extinguish the fire and assisted East Midlands Ambulance Service to treat the occupant who had sustained burns."
The ambulance service says it was called to a private address in Spalding at 7.07pm.
In a statement, the service said: "The caller reported a medical emergency.
"We sent a doctor in a car, two paramedics in ambulance cars and a crewed ambulance.
"We also sent a coastguard helicopter to assist us in transporting the patient to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.”
The MAGAPS air ambulance had also attended the incident.
It stated: "At 8:22pm on July 28 Magpas Doctor Alison McInerney and Critical Care Paramedic Andy Ormiston arrived at an emergency incident in Spalding.
"They worked alongside HM Coastguard Search and Rescue to airlift a patient to hospital.
"An EMAS paramedic crew, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service and Lincolnshire Police were all also in attendance."
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