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Child rushed to hospital after falling through a window in Kilburn

PUBLISHED: 09:46 06 May 2020 | UPDATED: 17:17 06 May 2020

A child, around five years old, fell from a window in Maygrove Road, KIlburn. Picture: David Nathan

A child, around five years old, fell from a window in Maygrove Road, KIlburn. Picture: David Nathan

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A five-year-old boy is stable in hospital after falling from a property window in Kilburn.

An air ambulance in Maygrove Peace Park. Picture: @LifeInKilburn/TwitterAn air ambulance in Maygrove Peace Park. Picture: @LifeInKilburn/Twitter

Air ambulance crews, paramedics and police were scrambled to Maygrove Road yesterday (May 5) at around 6.20pm.

A five-year-old boy fell from a window.

Police said he was in a stable condition in hospital..

An air ambulance landed in a locked basketball court in Maygrove Peace Park before members of the public removed the lock so that paramedics could attend Maygrove Road.

Police in Maygrove Road where a child, aged around 5, fell from a window. Picture: David NathanPolice in Maygrove Road where a child, aged around 5, fell from a window. Picture: David Nathan

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A spokesperson for London’s Air Ambulance Charity (LAAC) said: “London’s Air Ambulance landed in a recreational ground as it had the space required to land the helicopter. Crew used their own equipment and were given assistance from members of the public to unlock the grounds.

“After treatment on scene the patient was transferred by road to a major trauma hospital accompanied by London’s Air Ambulance.”

A MPSCamden tweeted: “Police were called by ambulance colleagues at around 6.20pm to a child fallen from a window in Maygrove Rd #Kilburn #NW6.

Bolt was cut to allow Air ambulance crews to reach child, aged around 5, who fell from a Kilburn window. Picture: David NathanBolt was cut to allow Air ambulance crews to reach child, aged around 5, who fell from a Kilburn window. Picture: David Nathan

“The child, aged around 5 years, has been taken to hospital.

“No arrest. We await a condition update.”

There are currently no further updates.


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