An air ambulance was called to a road after a man fell from height.

The East of England Ambulance Service says emergency crews were rushed to Queens Road in Watford just before 5.30pm yesterday (September 17).

The service says that two ambulances, a rapid response vehicle and the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance attended a property in the road to treat a man who suffered a fall from height.

Watford Observer:

Air ambulance landing on Radlett Road playing fields. Photo: Rory Robinson

Watford Observer:

A paramedic on Radlett Road. Photo: Rory Robinson

Photos show an air ambulance had landed on nearby Radlett Road Playing Fields.

The patient was transported by a road ambulance to St Mary’s Hospital in London, the ambulance service said.