Police and several ambulance crews attended two separate medical emergencies in the same area of Peterbrough City Centre on Friday, March 3.
Police, two ambulances and a first responder were called to the information centre in the car park behind Peterborough Town Hall at around 5pm.
One ambulance also parked in the bus stop near TK Maxx on Bourges Boulevard.
The Peterborough Telegraph received numerous calls after readers spotted the multiple emergency units, particularly as there have be a number of collisions involving pedestrians at the crossing on Bourges Boulevard recently.
This was not the case this afternoon but paramedics did treat an elderly man who had fallen near TK Maxx.
Police and paramedics at the scene behind the Town Hall said they were called to reports of concern for the welfare of a man in Bishop’s Road in Peterborough.
Officers attended the scene. The man, who is in his 30s, received medical treatment at the scene and was able to leave the area.