Pedestrian had to be resuscitated after Outwell crash

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A female pedestrian who was injured in Outwell yesterday (Wednesday) had to be resuscitated by the ambulance crew after she was hit by a car.

The collision between the woman and the car happened at Suttons Close at around 10.25am.

The Magpas Helimedix team, made up of Doctor David Driver, Doctor Ali Tompkins and paramedic Dan Read, went out to the incident in the air ambulance.

The woman had to be removed from underneath the vehicle by the fire service and she was anaesthetised by the Helimedix before being flown to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.

She suffered serious internal injuries and was in a critical but stable condition on arrival at hospital.

The helicopter team was pilot Richard Eastwood and crew member George Phillips. The police were also present.