Two air ambulances sent after man suffers cardiac arrest in Whitnash

Two air ambulances were sent to the scene
Two air ambulances were sent to the scene

Two air ambulances were sent to help a man suffering from a cardiac arrest in Whitnash yesterday afternoon (Sunday January 28).

West Midlands Ambulance Service were sent to the Mallory Grange estate off Tachbrook Road at just after 1.30pm.

Two ambulances, a paramedic officer and a helicopter from Midlands Air Ambulance were sent initially, but the Midlands Air Ambulance crew then called for a doctor, who was sent via a helicopter from Warwickshire and Northamptionshire Air Ambulance.

The man was taken via land ambulance on blue lights to University Hospital Coventry.

Warwickshire Police were also called due to reports of a 'concern for safety', and said there was no suggestion of criminal activity.