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Oulton: Fire crews sent out to free dog trapped in fence in Dunston Drive

PUBLISHED: 21:38 21 August 2014 | UPDATED: 21:38 21 August 2014


Firefighters had to rescue a dog stuck in a fence this afternoon.

They were called from Lowestoft South fire station at around 4.20pm to Dunston Drive in Oulton and freed the dog by 4.31pm.

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Most Conservative MPs from this region continue to support the Prime Minister in the face of the Brexit storm – but accept that the Parliamentary numbers make it difficult to see how the deal announced on Wednesday can get through.

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