Car spotted in ford in village near St Neots

11:13 06 August 2014

Firefighters worked with police to remove the car from the ford.

Firefighters worked with police to remove the car from the ford.

Cambs Fire & Rescue Service

Firefighters rushed to the scene after a vehicle was spotted in water at Hail Weston.

Two crews from St Neots were called to Ford End in the village at 4.31pm yesterday (Tuesday), where a car was in the ford. In-water teams and a rescue sled were sent to assess the situation, together with police, before winches were used to remove the car from the ford.

There were no casualties.

Crews returned to their stations by 7.15pm.

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