Man Airlifted to Hospital after being attacked in Gravesend

man airlifted to hospital after being attacked in gravesend

Gravesend Kent Monday 3rd July 2017 A property on Clarence Place remains sealed off by Kent officers following an early morning assault. Other resident who share the building have been made to leave by Police whilst a full scene of crime examination takes place. Clarence Place in Gravesend is still a hive of Police activity with four Police cars and other specialist scene of crime officers and CID officers remain parked in the road.
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A spokesman for Kent Police Said: Kent Police was called at 7.32am on Monday 3 July 2017 to a report of an assault in Clarence Place, Gravesend.
Officers attended the scene alongside the South East Coast Ambulance Service and the Kent Fire and Rescue Service.
A man in his 30s was taken via air ambulance to a hospital in London to be treated for injuries.
A second man has been arrested. Enquiries are ongoing.©UKNIP