Yorkshire Air Ambulance lands in Sowerby Bridge after pedestrian hit by bus

The Air Ambulance in Sowerby Bridge. Photo sent in by Mark Stott
The Air Ambulance in Sowerby Bridge. Photo sent in by Mark Stott
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A Yorkshire Air Ambulance has landed in Sowerby Bridge after a pedestrian was hit by a bus.

The incident happened at 4.48pm outside Roxy's in Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge.

A spokesman for Yorkshire Ambulance Service confirmed that two rapid response vehicles, an ambulance and a hazardous area response team were also called out, along with a doctor.

The patient was taken to Leeds General Infirmary via the Air Ambulance with reports of a head injury.

The pedestrian was a man, according to witnesses, although Yorkshire Ambulance Service couldn't confirm this, or their condition.

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