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Friday, 06 March 2015

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Fire crew called to help Cumbria police gain access to building

A man received medical treatment after emergency services were called out to gain access to a property this morning.

Firefighters from the Carlisle East station were called upon by the police to help them gain access to a building in the Eden Valley.

Crews got the call shortly before 6.30am and were dispatched to the access road to Dale on the C1039 at Ainstable.

The man received treatment at the scene from firefighters before being left in the care of police officers.

It is not yet known what the incident was.

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