Vehicle recovered from the water at Colman’s Dyke in Lowestoft

Fire crews in Essex tackled a fire in Sible Hedingham last night. Stock picture. Picture: PHIL MORL

Fire crews in Essex tackled a fire in Sible Hedingham last night. Stock picture. Picture: PHIL MORLEY - Credit: Archant

Five fire crews were called to Colman’s Dyke, at Lowestoft, to help recover a vehicle from the water, early this morning.

They were called out at 3.15am and the Unimog was used to pull the stricken silver Toyota Yaris from the dyke which had a smashed window.

Three fire engines came from the Lowestoft South station with the other two from Lowestoft North and Woodbrdige and the Environment Agency were also called in to clear leaking petrol from the water.

The incident was over by 4.16am and police are appealing for information into the incident.

People can contact them on 101 quoting the incident reference number 37/35304/18 or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their anonymous online form at crimestoppers-uk.org


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