A Romanian man was seriously injured in an incident in Dorset, UK, on Saturday, but his condition is currently “stable” Romania’s Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) informed on Tuesday.
Local media have reported that several people were injured on Saturday after jumping off the Durdle Door rock in Dorset.
According to MAE, the Romanian Embassy in London acted on its own as a result of this information taking emergency steps with the local authorities to get additional information on the citizenship, identity and health status of the injured persons.
According to the information communicated by the local authorities through the Office of the Attaché for Internal Affairs within the embassy, among the persons affected in this incident is a Romanian citizen. He was rushed to a medical unit in a serious condition, but his condition is table at this moment.
The Romanian Embassy in London is in dialogue with the local authorities and the family of the injured man, ready to provide the necessary consular assistance according to requests.
MAE mentions that Romanian citizens can request consular assistance by calling the Romanian Embassy in London: +44 20 76027328, +44 20 7602 9833, +44 20 7603 6694, +44 20 76025193, +44 20 7603 0572, +44 20 7602 2065, with the calls being redirected to the Contact and Support Centre for Romanian Citizens Abroad (CCSCRS) and taken over by call centre operators in emergency mode or at the emergency line of the embassy: +44 7738716335.