Two men were taken to hospital after police were alerted to reports four people appeared to have collapsed in Belfast.
Emergency services were called to the Lower Ormeau Road on Saturday afternoon, July 31, following “concern for the safety of four people who appeared to have collapsed”.
The PSNI said two men were transferred into the care of the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service. They were taken to Belfast’s Royal Victoria Hospital.
The incident is understood to have happened at around 2.30pm.
A PSNI spokeswoman said: “Police were notified of a concern for the safety of four people who appeared to have collapsed in the Lower Ormeau Road area of south Belfast this afternoon, Saturday 31 July.
“The report was received just before 2.40pm.
“Two men were transferred into the care of colleagues from the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.”
A spokesman for the ambulance service confirmed they received a call at 2.30pm and two patients were taken to the RVH.
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