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Ipswich: Firefighters free deer trapped in fence at Fitzwilliam Close

06:35 06 August 2014

Stock image of a deer at Minsmere. Credit: citizenside.com

Stock image of a deer at Minsmere. Credit: citizenside.com

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Firefighters have freed a deer trapped in metal fencing in ipswich this morning.

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A crew from Princes Street was called to reports that the animal had become trapped at the rear of Fitzwillian Close shortly before 4am.

Using a hand controlled hydraulic spreader, firefighters were able to release the deer by 4.15am.

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