Woman airlifted after tractor and car collide in Yorkshire


The Great North Air Ambulance Service’s Guardian of the North aircraft and crew were called into action yesterday when a car and tractor collided on a country road in North Yorkshire. The incident happened yesterday morning, around 11am, near Scorton, which is near Catterick.

The Great North Air Ambulance Service’s Guardian of the North aircraft and crew were called into action yesterday when a car and tractor collided on a country road in North Yorkshire.

The incident happened yesterday morning, around 11am, near Scorton, which is near Catterick. The 72-year-old woman, from nearby Bolton-on-Swale, had sustained serious chest injuries.

A GNAAS doctor and paramedic team worked alongside road paramedics from Yorkshire Ambulance Service to stabilise the woman. She was then flown to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough in a stable condition.

 

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