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Fire crews called to Sutton Staithe to rescue someone from the water

PUBLISHED: 23:38 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 23:39 25 September 2018

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service were called to help rescue someone from Sutton Staithe. Photo: Denise Bradley

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service were called to help rescue someone from Sutton Staithe. Photo: Denise Bradley

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Norfolk fire service have rescued a person from Sutton Staithe near Stalham.

Crews from North Walsham and the boat and technical rescue team from Carrow where called to Staithe Road at around 8.15 on Tuesday evening following reports that someone had fallen into the water from a boat.

Fire fighters helped the person from the water before passing them into the care of the ambulance service.

The fire service left the scene at around 8.40pm.

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