A MAN was flown to the Royal Stoke Hospital after falling from a building in Rhyl today.

Emergency Services attended the incident involving a 29-year-old man on River Street this morning.

A statement from North Wales Police read: "Emergency services responded to an incident in Rhyl this morning following reports of a 29 year old male having fallen from a building on River Street.

"Local roads surrounding the promenade were closed by our officers at the scene to facilitate the landing of Helimed Helicopters and enable the casualty to be treated prior to transferring him to hospital.

"We would again like to thank the local community and visitors to the area for their patience and understanding whilst the road closures remained in place.

"We would appeal for anyone who witnessed the incident on River Street to please get in touch with us on 101 or call Crime Stoppers 0800 555 111."

A spokesperon for Wales Ambulance Service added: "Two air ambulances were also deployed, one with a doctor on board. An adult male was flown to the Royal Stoke Hospital."