Air ambulance lands at Nicomekl Elementary after head injury

A person fell onto a concrete surface at the Langley City school on Tuesday afternoon.

  • May. 13, 2014 5:00 p.m.

One person was airlifted to hospital with a head injury from Nicomekl Elementary on Tuesday afternoon.

A person was airlifted to hospital from Nicomekl Elementary after a fall onto a concrete surface nearby, said Langley City fire rescue. The patient is reported to have a head injury from the fall, said Langley City Fire Rescue, who have been assisting with the incident on Tuesday afternoon.

It’s believed a man fell from quiet a height in the 19700 block of 49 Avenue. It’s not known yet what he fell from.

The air ambulance landed at the school’s field on 200 Street. Several fire trucks were also at the scene.

He was taken to Royal Columbian Hospital.

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