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Ilford fire sees man airlifted to major trauma unit

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A man has been taken to a major trauma centre following a fire that tore by way of a house.

London Fire Brigade was known as to an deal with in Clarence Avenue, Ilford, at simply earlier than 11am, with the blaze introduced underneath management by 11.40am.

One particular person was taken to hospital by an air ambulance crew. A small part of the bottom ground property was fully destroyed by the blaze.

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson mentioned: “We had been known as at 10.54am in the present day (Thursday, April 22) to reviews of a fire at a residential property on Clarence Avenue, Ilford.

“We despatched an ambulance crew, a medic in a automotive, an incident response officer, and a sophisticated paramedic. We additionally dispatched our hazardous space response crew (HART) and London’s Air Ambulance.

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“We handled an individual on the scene and took them to a major trauma centre.”

A Fire Brigade spokesperson mentioned: “Two fire engines and ten firefighters had been known as to a fire at a home on Clarence Avenue in Gants Hill this morning. A small a part of the bottom ground of a two-storey home was destroyed by fire.

“One man was taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service crews. The Brigade was known as at 10.58am and the incident was underneath management by 11.41am.”

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