Derby firefighters rescue man from storm drain in Derby's Darley Park

Derby firefighters rescue man from storm drain in Derby's Darley Park
 

Four Derbyshire fire crews and an ambulance were sent to Derby's Darley Park on Thursday afternoon to rescue a man who was stuck in a storm drain.
Firefighters from Kingsway, Ascot Drive, and Nottingham Road fire stations pulled together in the rescue effort. A specialist rope rescue team from Matlock also had to be called in to help free the man.
IN OTHER NEWS: Murder probe after headless, burnt body found in Derbyshire A spokeswoman for Derbyshire Fire and Rescue said: "At 2.40pm, firefighters responded to a report of a person trapped in a storm drain near to Derby Rowing Club on... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 40
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