A82 incident: Woman rushed to hospital after emergency services dealt with 'medical incident' on road near Tarbet

A woman has been rushed to hospital after emergency services dealt with a ‘medical incident’ on the A82 on Thursday with the road closed as a result.

A woman has been rushed to hospital after emergency services dealt with ‘medical incident’ on the A82 near Tarbet at around 12.40pm on Thursday, July 15.
A woman has been rushed to hospital after emergency services dealt with ‘medical incident’ on the A82 near Tarbet at around 12.40pm on Thursday, July 15.

Police have assisted Scottish Ambulance Service colleagues in dealing with what has been described as a ‘medical incident’ on the A82 near Tarbet at around 12.40pm on Thursday, July 15.

The Scottish Ambulance service dispatched an air ambulance helicopter and an ambulance to the scene after receiving a call at 12.55pm.

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A woman was rushed to the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley by road following the incident.

It is understood that the incident did not involve a vehicle crash, however, there are no further details at this stage.

A temporary road closure was in place, however, the road has now re-opened.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 12.40 pm on Thursday, 15 July, 2021, police were called to assist Scottish Ambulance Service colleagues dealing with a medical incident on the A82 near Tarbet.

“A woman has been taken to hospital. The road has been re-opened."A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a call at 1225 hours today to attend an incident on the A82.

“We dispatched one ambulance and an air ambulance to the scene. We transported one patient by road to Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley.”

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