Emergency services were called to a High Wycombe nightclub as a woman was taken to hospital in a "serious condition".

Both the fire and ambulance services were called to Trilogy nightclub in the town centre due to the "medical emergency" at around 12:10am on November 14.

One fire crew from High Wycombe attended the incident on Paul's Row, however, they left the scene in the hands of the South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS).

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Police officers, who were patrolling the area, were also on the scene to make sure the area was clear. 

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A SCAS spokesman said: "We were called to Paul’s Row to a medical emergency. 

"We sent to the scene an ambulance crew who were assessing and treating one patient in a serious condition who was taken to Stoke Mandeville Hospital."

A Bucks Fire and Rescue spokesman said: "At 12.13am on November 14 one appliance and crew from High Wycombe were in attendance at Paul’s Row in High Wycombe, providing assistance to the ambulance service who cared for one woman."

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