Two people rescued by firefighters after getting 'stuck at height' at Ulverston Railway Station (From The Westmorland Gazette)
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Two people rescued by firefighters after getting 'stuck at height' at Ulverston Railway Station
Updated 10:01am Sunday 26th January 2014 in News
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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