Firefighters called out to release child from Hartlepool bathroom

The fire brigade used “small tools” to release a child from a bathroom after an incident in the town.

Monday, 22nd November 2021, 12:35 pm
Updated Monday, 22nd November 2021, 12:35 pm

Cleveland Fire Brigade were called to Longscar Walk in Hartlepool just after 8pm on Sunday, November 21.

One appliance attended the address.

A spokesperson for the fire brigade said: “We were called to an incident on 21.11.21 at 20.07 on Longscar Walk in Hartlepool.

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The fire service helped release the child.

"One appliance attended from Hartlepool. One child was released from a bathroom using small tools. We left the scene at 20.16.”

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