Child taken to hospital after emergency services were called to Hartlepool Primark

Emergency services were called to Primark in Hartlepool after a child fell unwell as non-essential shops reopened across the town.

Tuesday, 13th April 2021, 11:07 am
Middleton Grange shopping centre.

The North East Ambulance Service were called to Primark in Hartlepool’s Middleton Grange Shopping Centre at 10.51am on Monday, April 12 following reports that a child was unwell.

The child was taken to North Tees Hospital by an ambulance crew.

Non-essential shops welcomed back customers on Monday following months of lockdown restrictions.

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Shoppers queued for Primark in the Middleton Grange shopping centre in Hartlepool yesterday. Picture by Frank Reid

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A North East Ambulance spokesperson said: “We were called at 10.51am yesterday morning to reports of a child who was unwell in Primark at Hartlepool Middleton Grange Shopping Centre.

"We sent a rapid response paramedic and two ambulance crews before the patient was taken to North Tees Hospital.”

Hospitality with outdoor seating has also reopened, along with gyms and salons.

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