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Ambulance viewers heartbroken as young motorcyclist 'thrown 30 feet' in collision dies

Jordan had been wearing a helmet

BBC One documentary series Ambulance had viewers in bits with scenes of a motorcyclist who died after being thrown 30 feet in a road accident.

In last night's episode (July 4), North West Ambulance teams responded to reports of a collision between a car and a young man on a motorbike.

On arrival, they found the patient had an airway filled with blood and severe head and facial injuries.

The patient's airway was filled with blood (Credit: BBC)

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Emergency crews intubated the man and got him in an ambulance, with advanced paramedic Luke explaining: "I've seen the damage to his helmet. He's had his helmet on but it's just imploded. He needs blood. He needs surgery."

It was a very difficult scene.

Having left the patient in the hands of the doctors at the hospital, Luke took a breather and reflected on the job at he updated a colleague over the radio: "The gentleman is in for a scan at the moment. He's got quite massive, I think, haemorrhages. A fractured pelvis.

"He's quite unwell but definitely the right thing to send me over there. It was a very difficult scene."

Luke called it a "very difficult scene" to attend (Credit: BBC)

But an update at the end of the programme revealed that the motorcyclist, named Jordan, tragically succumbed to his injuries.

A message on the screen read: "The patient Luke treated at the roadside died in hospital two days later. His family are working to raise awareness of motorbike safety.

"Jordan, 1995 - 2019."

He died two days later (Credit: BBC)

Reacting to the update on Twitter, one viewer said: "So sad to hear about Jordan, that was a terrible scene. #ambulance."

Another tweeted, alongside a crying emoji: "RIP Jordan #Ambulance."

A third wrote: "So sad, RIP Jordan. Heart going out to the family #Ambulance."

A fourth commented: "Upsetting update on the motorcyclist. Rest in peace Jordan #Ambulance."

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Someone else said: "How sad that Jordan lost his life. May he rest in peace #Ambulance."

"Such a sad outcome. RIP Jordan, you were far too young," tweeted a sixth, adding: "Thoughts are with your family xx."

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