Man in hospital after forklift accident

Two people were hurt by the crash
Two people were hurt by the crash

A man in his 40s suffered suspected leg fractures after an industrial accident involving a forklift, said South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb).

Emergency services were called to the Bovis Homes building site in Wickhurst Green, south of Broadbridge Heath, at 4.45pm yesterday (Thursday December 19).

A SECAmb spokesman said a man in his 40s suffered leg injuries after he was knocked over by a forklift in an industrial accident.

He said: “He was fully conscious, treated at the scene and taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, as a priority.”

Two SECAmb cars, an ambulance and an air ambulance road crew attended.

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