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Man pulled from the water at Wherry Quay, in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 12:25 09 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:50 09 December 2017

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Ipswich from the air - November 1st 2006
The Ipswich Waterfront, Neptune and Wherry Quay

PICTURE ANDY ABBOTT - Flight courtesy of Call Connection managing director Graeme Kalbraier

STAR FEATURE - Ipswich from the air - November 1st 2006 The Ipswich Waterfront, Neptune and Wherry Quay PICTURE ANDY ABBOTT - Flight courtesy of Call Connection managing director Graeme Kalbraier

A man was pulled out of the water in Ipswich this morning after he fell in.

He was rescued by a passer by at 11.20am at Wherry Quay, next to the Nepture Marina, between the Customs House and the University of Suffolk.

An ambulance was called to the scene which subsequently alterted Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service who sent four fire engines, two each from Ipswich East and Princes Street.

However, before their arrival the victim had been plucked to safety.

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