A cyclist has been rushed to hospital after an incident in Billericay, Essex, this afternoon.
Emergency services were called to Queens Park Avenue to reports of an incident shortly before 3pm today (Sunday, September 6).
The medical incident happened at the junction with Trafalgar Way.
Paramedics from the East of England Ambulance Service were called to the scene, with the road being temporarily shut by police.
It has been revealed that the incident involved a cyclist, but no other vehicles.
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Three ambulances, an ambulance officer vehicle and air ambulance were all sent to the scene.
The cyclist was treated by paramedics and taken to Basildon and Thurrock Hospital via land ambulance for further care.
Witnesses reported seeing the road closed by police at around 2.50pm.
Essex Police were contacted for comment, but revealed that officers were ‘assisting ambulance colleagues’ at the scene.