An emergency incident at an Aldi store saw police and paramedics turn out in large numbers.

A number of police cars and ambulances were spotted by residents that were shopping at the supermarket on Wednesday morning.

Fareham Police confirmed at just after 2pm yesterday that two men were having a medical emergency, with one man taken to hospital.

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The other man declined treatment.

An off-duty Metropolitan Police Officer was also assisting emergency crews with the incident.

Writing on X, formerly known as Twitter, a spokesperson for Fareham Police said yesterday: "You may have seen multiple ambulances and police cars in the area of Aldi on West Street, Fareham Town Centre earlier today.

"Police were assisting our friends at South Central Ambulance Service, dealing with two men who were both having separate medical emergencies nearby.

"A passing off-duty Metropolitan Police Officer also assisted at the scene, which we were grateful for.

"One of the men was taken to hospital for observation and the other declined treatment/transport to hospital and was discharged into the care of his support workers."