Police confirm woman on roof of building in Huntingdon has been rescued
- Credit: Archant
Police teams are at the scene of an incident in Huntingdon involving a woman on a roof.
Police have confirmed this morning (Thursday) that the woman on the roof of a building in Huntingdon on Wednesday afternoon has been rescued.
Police and fire crews were called to St Benedict’s Street after reports of concerns for the woman who was on the roof of the Boots store.
Police have said she was rescued at about 6pm on Wednesday evening “and is safe”.
“The cordons were also lifted at about this time,” they added.
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Huntingdon High Street and an area of St Benedict’s Street was condoned off at 3.13pm on Wednesday.
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