Emergency services called to van trapped in water
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Emergency services have been called to a Suffolk village road after a van became trapped in water.
Fire crews were called to Overgang Road in Semer on Tuesday at 11.20 am following reports that a van had become trapped in flood water which reached halfway up the vehicle.
A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said that the vehicle's engine had stopped.
Three fire appliances have been called to the scene including the all-terrain vehicle, the unimog.
The ambulance service have also been called to the scene.
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Suffolk police said they had been aware of the incident but had not been asked to attend.
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