Boy taken to hospital by air ambulance after crash in Hucknall

Two roads were shut after a collision involving a van and boy which required flying paramedics to land on a Hucknall street during rush hour.

By Andrew Wakefield
Wednesday, 30th September 2020, 1:29 pm
The scene of the accident

Officers from Nottinghamshire Police were called just before 8.15am on Wednesday, September 30 to a report of a collision between a van and a boy in Nabbs Lane, Hucknall.

The boy had to be taken to hospital by air ambulance with injuries which are not currently believed to be life-threatening.

Seymour Road was closed at the junction of Nabbs Lane and Nabbs Lane was closed at the junction with Rushcliffe Road.

A spokesman for East Midlands Ambulance Service said: “We received a call at 8.14am on September 30 to Nabbs Lane in Hucknall. The caller reported that there had been a road traffic collision.

"We sent two paramedics in fast response cars and a crewed ambulance.

"The air ambulance was also in attendance. One patient was taken to Queen’s Medical Centre via crewed ambulance.”

Anyone who saw what happened should call Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 107 of Wednesday, September 30.

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