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Braintree: Woman rescued from maze after falling over and injuring her arm

11:00 20 August 2014

The woman injured her arm after falling over in the maze near Braintree shortly after 2.30pm.

The woman injured her arm after falling over in the maze near Braintree shortly after 2.30pm.

An elderly woman was rescued from a maze in north-east Essex yesterday.

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The woman injured her arm after falling over in the maze near Braintree shortly after 2.30pm.

An East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said: “As she was in a maze, it was quite difficult for our crews to transport her out using their normal equipment so we dispatched the hazardous area response team who have a specialist piece of equipment that was used to stretcher the woman out.

“She was then taken to Broomfield Hospital for further assessment and treatment.”

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