Man taken to QA Hospital after police, paramedics and air ambulance called to incident in Gosport ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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A MAN who was injured at a property in Gosport was taken to hospital after emergency services responded to a concern for his welfare. 

South Central Ambulance Service (Scas) took a man to Queen Alexandra Hospital on Thursday after receiving reports of an incident at Bury Crescent, in Gosport at 1.32pm. 

Bury Crescent, in Gosport. Picture: Google Street View

Bury Crescent, in Gosport. Picture: Google Street View

Scas sent two ambulances to the scene, a paramedic team leader in a rapid response vehicle, as well as the Thames Valley Air Ambulance – which landed at Leesland Park. 

The man was in a ‘serious but stable’ condition upon arrival. 

Hampshire Constabulary was also called to the incident, at 1.16pm. 

A spokesperson for the force said: ‘A man had suffered injuries at the address and was taken to QA Hospital.

‘There are no suspicious circumstances or criminal involvement.’