Police and paramedics called to Portsmouth street after woman found fighting for life
A woman has been taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital in a critical condition.
South Central Ambulance Service said it was called by police just after 1pm after the woman - whose age has not been revealed – was found in a life-threatening condition on the corner of London Road and Inhurst Road in North End.
An ambulance service spokesman said: 'We sent two rapid response vehicles, an ambulance and the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance critical care car to the incident.
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‘After initial treatment at the scene the patient was then taken to the Queen Alexandra Hospital – still in a critical condition.’
Police said they were called at 1.06pm with reports that a woman was seriously unwell in Inhurst Road.
They confirmed she has been taken to hospital and added: ‘No third party involvement or criminal offences have been identified.’
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