Police and ambulance called to medical emergency on Herries Road, Burngreave, Sheffield

Police and paramedics were called out after a 999 call from a Sheffield estate over a medical emergency, officers have revealed.

By David Kessen
Friday, 22nd October 2021, 4:31 pm
Updated Friday, 22nd October 2021, 4:31 pm

Officers from South Yorkshire Police were sent out to help a crew from the Yorkshire Ambulance Service early yesterday afternoon, said a police spokeswoman.

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A statement from the force said that offiers were called at around 12.55pm yesterday afternoon, October 21, to assist the ambulance service in responding to a medical emergency at an address in Herries Road, Burngreave.

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Police and an ambulance were called to a medical emergency in Burngreave, Sheffield. File picture by FRANK REID

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