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Police called out due to concerns for safety of man swimming in Norwich river

PUBLISHED: 20:40 26 March 2018 | UPDATED: 11:58 27 March 2018

Police were called out to the River Wensum in Norwich city centre following concerns for a mans safety. Photo:  DENISE BRADLEY

Police were called out to the River Wensum in Norwich city centre following concerns for a mans safety. Photo: DENISE BRADLEY

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Police were called out to the River Wensum in Norwich city centre following concerns for a man’s safety.

The incident happened shortly before 2.45pm today.

A Norfolk police spokesman said: “Police were called to Wensum Street in Norwich just after 2.45pm following concerns for the safety of a man seen swimming in the river.

“Officers attended and the man came out of the water. They called for an ambulance due to concerns for the man’s health.”


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