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Ornge responds after child falls from bridge near Cambridge, Ont.

Ornge air ambulance file image (Photo Cred: Colin Williamson) Ornge air ambulance file image (Photo Cred: Colin Williamson)
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An Ornge air ambulance was called in after a young child reportedly fell off a Puslinch bridge and into a creek.

The incident happened around 11:30 a.m. Monday at the Fletcher Creek Ecological Preserve.

According to Ontario Provincial Police, the child fell approximately four to five feet. 

An Ornge team was called in and assessed “a pediatric patient involved in a fall," according to a spokesperson from the service.

They said the child was transported to McMaster Children’s Hospital in Hamilton with what were only described as minor injuries.

No further information has been shared at this time.

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