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A woman trapped up to her waist in mud was rescued by firefighters.
A fire appliance from Crosby Community Fire Station and one from Bootle and Netherton Community Fire Station attended the call-out at Crosby Beach.
Watch Manager James Murphy, who attended the call-out with Red Watch at Crosby Community
Fire Station, said: “The woman was stuck in mud around 300 yards from the Promenade. It was thought she had been walking and got into difficulty.
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“The Coastguard were at the scene and had a rescue sled which we could use to help rescue the woman. Two firefighters in dry suits used
the sled to bring the woman to safety.
“The Coastguard also helped direct us through a safe route to help avoid the mud, ensuring the woman’s safety.
“There have been a number of mud rescues in the same sort of area this year. There are patches of soft mud in this area. It is very easy for people to walk into an area of soft mud. We would advise people not to walk in this area, particularly immediately after the tide has gone out as the ground will have been made softer by the water.”
The woman was checked by paramedics but it is not thought she needed hospital attendance. The call-out was on August 22.

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