Everything we know about why police were at a Bristol nail bar today

Multiple emergency vehicles descended on a nail salon in Brislington today.

Police cars and ambulances were deployed to Top Nails on Sandy Park Road, Brislington to what is believed to have been a medical incident.

A firearms team and air ambulance were also spotted at the scene this morning (Tuesday, November 16.)

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Emergency workers were pictured wearing protective clothing inside the nail salon.

A paramedic has told Bristol Live the clothing is what’s worn when a patient “requires an aerosol-generating procedure, such as cardiac arrest.”

Just after 1pm, the ambulance service gave an update on the situation.

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A statement read: “South Western Ambulance Service was called at 10.54am today to a report of a man with breathing problems at an address on Sandy Park Road in Bristol.

“Multiple resources were allocated, including the air ambulance. One man was conveyed to Bristol Royal Infirmary.”

Police are yet to provide a statement and Bristol city council has also been contacted.

All emergency vehicles are believed to have left the scene around 1pm this afternoon.

For more on the incident, follow our live blog here.

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