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Boy rescued from Carlisle tree

firerescue2[A]t 5:16pm yesterday, Monday 22 May firefighters were called to Robins Wood, Carlisle, after a boy became stuck in a tree.

A spokesman for Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service said: “Crews released the boy using small hand tools and a saw after his leg became stuck between two branches.

“He was then handed into the care of paramedics.”

At 7:57pm yesterday firefighters were called to Orgill Junior School, on Southey Avenue, Egremont, when a boy became stuck in a climbing frame.

“Crews used a climbing frame airbag to release the boy.”

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