A man is taken to hospital after being climbed over a spiked fence in Cardiff.
On Tuesday, June 1, emergency services at Ministers Road in Roth report a man hanging over a fence.
The Welsh Ambulance Service and the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service attended the incident at around 9.30 a.m. in a residential street near Newport Road near Waterloo Gardens.
South Wales Police was not involved in the incident.
The fire service spent about an hour and a half at the scene in an effort to rescue the man.
The ambulance service dispatched two rapid response vehicles, an emergency ambulance and two basic doctors.
The man was then taken to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.
It is not known how the man was affected by the fence or the severity of his injuries.
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A Welsh Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We were called on Tuesday 01 June at around 21.50 am to report a person in need of urgent medical attention on Minister Road, Roth. We drove two rapid response vehicles, one emergency ambulance and two basic Responded with doctors.A patient was taken to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.
A South Wales Fire and Rescue spokesman said: At approximately 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday 1 June, we were notified of an incident in Roth, Cardiff.
“Staff rushed to the scene and assisted in freeing a man from a pointed fence.
“A stop message was received at 10.48 pm.”
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