Woman and child airlifted to hospital following ‘incident’ in south London
- Police were called to a property in Mitcham, south London at 4pm today
- They found a woman and a child at the property in need of emergency treatment
- The pair were flown to hospital for treatment by London’s air ambulance service
- Officers have secured the scene and are looking for clues as to what happened
A woman and a child have been airlifted to hospital with ‘injuries’ after an incident at a home in south London.
Officers were called to the scene at 4pm in Mitcham, where they discovered a woman and a child who had suffered unspecified injuries.
The pair were airlifted to hospital by London Air Ambulance and officers have secured the scene.
The Metropolitan Police were called to an incident in Mitcham, south London at 4pm today where they discovered a woman and a child suffering injuries
Officers closed the road while they examined the scene searching for clues
The woman and child were airlifted to hospital by London’s Air Ambulance Service
The road outside the property, which is on a parade of shops near Mitcham Library, was closed for several hours.
Witnesses filmed the police response and the helicopter taking the two victims to hospital.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed they have not made any arrests and are not in a position to confirm the nature or extent of the injuries.
The Metropolitan Police said they will be releasing further information about the incident later