Two people rescued by firefighters after getting 'stuck at height' at Ulverston Railway Station

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TWO people were rescued by Cumbria fire crews after getting ‘stuck at height’ at Ulverston Railway Station.

At 9.41am yesterday (January 25), fire crews from Ulverston, Dalton and a supporting engine from Barrow attended the incident.

The Ulverston fire crew used manual hydraulics to lower a cherry picker to rescue the two people.

There are no reports of any injuries. Awaiting more information on the incident.

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