An air ambulance was referred to as after a person had 70 per cent of his physique stung by jellyfish in south Ayrshire.
The person’s household referred to as the Girvan Lifeboat crew into motion round 4.30pm yesterday afternoon.
The life boat station is situated within the harbour, near the seaside.
He was then given first assist by the RNLI -trained crew close to their station earlier than he was assessed as needing pressing consideration.
A medical helicopter carrying crucial care medical doctors was then referred to as to the scene, however he was then taken to hospital by ambulance after his well being confirmed slight indicators of enchancment.
The air ambulance left the scene round 6.45pm.
An announcement on Girvan Lifeboat’s Fb learn: “At round 16:30pm, our volunteer crew who have been on station getting ready for our Harbour Gala weekend have been alerted to a medical emergency close to the lifeboat station, the place a Casualty introduced himself, accompanied by his household complaining of jellyfish stings to approx 70% of his physique.
“Girvan lifeboat crew administered casualty care first assist to the casualty and assessed and handled the casualty utilising the excessive stage of coaching all our crew obtain from the RNLI.
“After additional evaluation an ambulance was referred to as to attend.
“With the ambulance arriving on scene the casualty was then transferred to the care of the Scottish Ambulance Service paramedics, the place it was then established that additional pressing care could also be required.
“Girvan lifeboat volunteer crew then proceeded to determine a protected touchdown zone awaiting the arrival of the Helimed Air Ambulance with crucial care medical doctors and paramedics on board.
“As soon as the air ambulance…