Rider treated after horse gets stuck in mud in East Harling

PUBLISHED: 16:16 31 August 2014 | UPDATED: 16:16 31 August 2014

Crews were called to a kitchen fire in Hellesdon this morning.

Crews were called to a kitchen fire in Hellesdon this morning.

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Firefighters have provided trauma care to a rider after a horse got stuck in mud in East Harling.

Crews from Carrow and Attleborough were called to West Harling Road to reports of a horse being stuck.

The animal had been freed before the crews arrived, but the rider was given care, according to a spokesman for Norfolk Fire Service.

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