Police have confirmed that an air ambulance landed at Stansted Airport in response to a “medical emergency.” The helicopter landed in the coach parking area of Stansted Airport this morning (Saturday, October 13) at around 9.00am. Officers closed off a number of roads surrounding the area while emergency services dealt with the incident. Witnesses reported seeing a large number of emergency service vehicles including fire engines, police vehicles and ambulances. However, police have advised commuters that they attended a medical emergency and that “there is nothing to worry about.” In a tweet, Essex Police STN said: “The road closures at Stansted airport and high amount of emergency service vehicles were due to a medical emergency being dealt with by helimed and ambulance. “Nothing to worry about. Patient is in the best possible hands.” The East of England Ambulance service and Essex and Herts Air Ambulance have both been approached for comment.