Ambulance crew called to 'intoxicated' woman, 20, at Southsea house party
AMBULANCE crews took an intoxicated woman to hospital after being called to a house party.
Police attended the house in Pains Road, Southsea, but said it was empty when they arrived in the early hours of Monday morning.
Nearby neighbours said up to 50 people had spilled out into the street.
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A South Central Ambulance Service spokesman said: ‘We received a 999 call at 11.25pm (on Monday) night with the caller reporting an approximately 20-year-old female had collapsed through intoxication on Pains Road, Southsea.
‘We sent an ambulance to the location and the crew then took her to Queen Alexandra Hospital for further assessment.’
Neighbours said police arrived at 1.40am on Monday.
A Hampshire police spokesman said: ‘We did attend and the house was empty when we arrived.’