A man has is being treated by paramedics after falling out of a first-floor window in Pinner on Thursday (January 11).
The man was trying to help a neighbour who was locked out, a police spokesman said.
London Fire Brigade also attended alongside a Met Police XHERT unit, a team of specially trained medics who provide life-saving medical care in hazardous environments.
A spokesman for Hillingdon MPS said on Twitter: “#XHERT4 are on scene with London Ambulance Service and London Fire and a dog van from Met task force.
“A male [has] fallen out of a first-floor window while trying to help a neighbour who was locked out in Wiltshire Lane, Ruislip.”
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson told getwestlondon: “We were called at 9.53am to Wiltshire Lane, Hillingdon to reports of a person injured.
"We sent an ambulance crew and incident response officer to the scene.
"We treated a man at the scene for an ankle injury and took him to hospital as a priority.”
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