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Air ambulance flies injured man from Market Deeping to hospital in Nottingham

Helimed 54 was on the scene.
Helimed 54 was on the scene.

A seriously injured man of 19 was flown by air ambulance to Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, on Thursday after his Renault Clio hit a tree beside Market Deeping bypass.

Police said the man’s injuries were believed non life-threatening.

His male passenger, also 19, suffered a minor injury.

Emergency services on the scene included police, fire, LIVES and ambulances, including Helimed 54, which covers Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland.

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