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Man reportedly rescued from Ipswich Waterfront by members of the public

PUBLISHED: 20:39 26 February 2020 | UPDATED: 21:33 26 February 2020

Police and ambulances were seen treating an individual on Ipswich Waterfront  Picture: INGLETON WOOD

Police and ambulances were seen treating an individual on Ipswich Waterfront Picture: INGLETON WOOD

Ingleton Wood

A large emergency services presence was called to Ipswich Waterfront this evening after witnesses reported seeing a man in the water.

Witnesses said the man was in the dock just outside of the restaurants Wiff Waff and Pizza Express.

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Quick-thinking members of the public are understood to have jumped in to pull the man out.

Suffolk Constabulary said they were called at 7.17pm and officers arrived at the scene minutes later.

Paramedics also arrived and performed CPR to the man.

A police spokesman said the man was taken to hospital but was unable to confirm his condition.


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