Fire, police and ambulance crews rescue 20-year-old woman from mud by Stoke Bridge in Ipswich
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A 20-year-old woman was rescued from being stuck in the mud by Stoke Bridge, Ipswich in the early hours.
A passer-by called the ambulance service at around 3.30am and paramedics requested help from police and fire crews.
A Suffolk police spokesman said the woman had a friend with her who had unsuccessfully attempted to help the victim out of the mud.
He added: “The female was able to get out by 3.50am and she was seen by paramedics and taken to Ipswich Hospital.”
A spokesman from The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust said he believed the woman suffered injuries to the side of her body which were not life-threatening or serious.
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Two fire engines, one from Ipswich East and one from Princes Street, as well as an ambulance crew, ambulance officer and the hazardous area response team, attended the accident.
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