Two rescued from mud bank near Bristol city centre

two rescued from mud bank near bristol city centre - Two rescued from mud bank near Bristol city centre
Image caption Two people had to be pulled from the mud bank by fire crews

Two people have been rescued from mud along the banks of a waterway in Bristol city centre.

Three people got stuck on the banks of the Avon New Cut by Somerset Street in Redcliffe, near Temple Meads station, at 20:50 BST on Wednesday.

Firefighters were called and used a turntable ladder to rescue the man and woman, while a third person managed to get himself out.

All three received medical attention at the scene.

Image caption A man and a woman fell into the bank near Temple Meads
Image caption A third person managed to climb out of the muddy bank

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