The Midlands Air Ambulance was spotted landing at Alton Towers Resort after a young boy became unwell.
The distinctive red chopper was spotted as it landed at the North Staffordshire tourist attraction earlier this afternoon.
Paramedics confirmed an ambulance and other staff were also called to the scene.
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A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We were called at 12:40pm by staff at Alton Towers to a guest who had become unwell.
“We sent the Midlands Air Ambulance from Tatenhill, a land ambulance, a paramedic officer and Community First Responder to the scene.
“We have treated the patient, a boy, at the scene before taking him by land ambulance to Royal Stoke Hospital for further treatment.”
Alton Towers Resort confirmed the air ambulance attended the park, but said the boy’s illness was unrelated to the visit.
A spokesman said: “An air ambulance attended the Resort at around 1pm today. Our medical team contacted West Midlands Ambulance Service after a child became unwell whilst visiting with their family.
“WMAS called the air ambulance because of our rural location. The family has been taken to the Royal Stoke Hospital and we wish the child a speedy recovery.”