An air ambulance landed in Darlington yesterday (Friday, February 2), after a man was "injured" at a property in the centre of town. 

Yesterday, emergency services, including ambulances and a helicopter from the Great North Air Ambulance Service swarmed St Cuthbert's Way. 

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A North East Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We were called to reports of a man injured at an address in St Cuthbert's Way, Darlington, at 3.17pm on 2 February.

"We dispatched one ambulance crew and requested support from Great North Air Ambulance Service. The patient was transported by road to James Cook Hospital for further treatment."

A statement from the Great North Air Ambulance added: "Yesterday our critical care team was activated at 3.25pm to an incident near Darlington Fire Station. We had two doctors and a paramedic on board our aircraft and they arrived on scene at 3.36pm. Our team worked alongside the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) to assess and treat a patient and the patient was taken to hospital by the NEAS road crew, accompanied by our team."

The police have been contacted for more information.