Man suffers ‘major-trauma related injuries’ after falling from window

A man has suffered “major-trauma related injuries” after falling from a second-floor window at a property in Eleanor Road, Bidston.

Emergency services were alerted and the Air Ambulance was dispatched and landed on Vyner Field. Merseyside Police and North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) attended the scene.

A spokesperson for Merseyside Police said, “We were called to reports of concern for the safety of a male who is believed to have fallen from the second-floor window of a property on Eleanor Road at around 6.15pm yesterday.”

Witness, Callum Winton, said, “I heard something that sounded familiar, usually we have the police helicopter around so it’s normal. I got onto my radar app and found a low flying helicopter.

“It came up as Babcock MC Onshore, but as I looked at the image it said North West Air Ambulance. I kept looking and it kept circling my area. It then dropped below some houses. The helicopter crew came back without a patient.”

The man was taken to hospital via an NWAS ambulance who said the man had “suffered major-trauma injuries.”

Babcock Mission Critical Services Onshore is the operator of Air Ambulances and operates from 22 bases around the UK and in Ireland.

Image credit: Callum James Winton

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