Body found in river at St Neots

11:17 14 July 2014

Police were called to the incident yesterday.

Police were called to the incident yesterday.

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A body of a woman has been found close to the rowing club on the River Great Ouse at St Neots.

The East of England Ambulance Service were called to Priory Lane at 11.24am yesterday (Sunday), and sent a hazardous area response team, a first community responder,a paramedic officer and an ambulance. The East Anglian Air Ambulance also attended.

A spokesman said that crews worked to try and revive her as she was unconscious. She was taken to Hinchingbrooke Hospital by land ambulance, however she later died.

A police spokesman said: “The death is not being treated as suspicious and has been passed to the coroner.”

INFORMATION: Were you there at the time? Call reporter Lauren Nash on 01480 443448.

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  • I was at church in the Priopy Centre at the time. As some of our cars were parked in the car park near the rowwing club we were asked not to leave straight away if we were parked in that carpark and not to let children outside.

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    Sue Honour

    Monday, July 14, 2014

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