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Emergency services rescue cattle from river

PUBLISHED: 22:11 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 00:04 01 August 2018

Cattle were rescued from the River Great Ouse on July 31 by emergency services. PHOTO: Google Maps.

Cattle were rescued from the River Great Ouse on July 31 by emergency services. PHOTO: Google Maps.

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Emergency services have spent at least three and a half hours rescuing six cattle from a river.

Five Norfolk Fire and Rescue appliances including two boats were called to the River Great Ouse at Salter’s Lode near Downham Market at around 8.20pm on Tuesday, and were still at the scene at midnight.

This includes crews from Kings Lynn North, Kings Lynn South, Downham Market and Carrow.


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