A teenager has been rescued from a farmyard slurry tank by firefighters after emergency services were called to Riseholme earlier today.
A Rescue and Search Unit from the Lincoln North station, together with a Technical Rescue Vehicle from Gainsborough attended the incident where Firefighters used a short extending ladder and a 15m rope to free a 15-year-old boy. Police said he was unharmed.
Police spokesman Jemma Peacock said: “Thankfully in this case the boy was unharmed but the result could have been much worse.”
Councillor Giles McNeill, who represents Riseholme on the district council, said:
“I’m greatly concerned to learn that someone has got involved in a very serious and potentially life-threatening situation such as this.
“It happened on a working farm and we approach the summer holidays I would like to remind people that working farms are just that, not areas to play or mess about in.”
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