An air ambulance was called to a residential street in Skegness to help a person who was unresponsive.
East Midlands Ambulance Service, an air ambulance as well as police attended Dorothy Avenue at around 3.30pm on Monday, August 6.
EMAS confirmed they received a call to an unresponsive person who was airlifted to Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham.
Residents took to social media after spotting the air ambulance, with some saying it was a child who was airlifted to hospital, though this has not been confirmed.
One report posted on Ingoldmells and Chapel Fans said: “An air ambulance has landed on cricket field at Skegness. A little boy has been carried into the helicopter. I hope it isn’t anything serious.”
Another said: “The pilot said it was critical but gave no more details.”
Another added: “It’s come to pick up a young child to take them Nottingham Queen’s med.”
Others sent get well wishes to the child.
A spokesman for EMAS said: “We received a call at 3.30pm on August 6 to attend an incident at Dorothy Avenue, Skegness. The caller reported a patient who was unresponsive.
“We sent a paramedic on a fast response car, a double crewed ambulance and the Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire Air Ambulance. One patient was taken to Queens Medical Centre via air ambulance.”
Lincolnshire Police has been contacted for comment.