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Updated: Trio saved after getting stuck in mud near Bourne Park, Ipswich

15:23 31 December 2012

Paramedics have been called to help a trio stuck in mud in Ipswich

Paramedics have been called to help a trio stuck in mud in Ipswich


A MOTHER, son and their dog were rescued after getting stuck in mud near an Ipswich park.

They reported being stuck in a bog near Whitland Close, behind Bourne Park, at 11.21am.

Firefighters said the woman was submerged up to her thighs, while the seven-year-old boy was covered up to his waist.

They rescued the duo, as well as a dog, before handing them over to be assessed by paramedics.


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