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Cumbria toddler airlifted to hospital

A TODDLER has been airlifted to hospital.

The Great North Air Ambulance was called to a house in Arnside after receiving reports of an 18-month old baby being scalded.

The toddler was flown to Alderhay Children’s Hospital, in Liverpool, with head, neck and chest injuries.

A spokesman for the GNAA said the injuries were not life threatening.

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Sorry for picking up on this in a potentially serious situation, but the correct spelling is 'scalded' - I've got a mental image of a child being severely told off to the extent of getting injuries from a parent's wagging finger!

Posted by BarrowBoy on 16 July 2014 at 15:14

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