Stuck in mud

Stuck in mud

Stuck in mud

First published in News

AN ELDERLY woman was rescued by firefighters after her car became stuck in mud near Stockbridge.

Two Stockbridge fire crews removed the car from the mud on a privately-owned track.

Wednesday evening’s incident happened close to Spitfire Lane at Chattis Hill just west of the town. The woman was uninjured.

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12:52pm Fri 2 May 14

Zexagon says...

HA HA HA I've heard it all now. I might call them when my Wellington boot gets stuck in the mud
HA HA HA I've heard it all now. I might call them when my Wellington boot gets stuck in the mud Zexagon
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2:27pm Fri 2 May 14

dolomiteman says...

What a waste of resource's, Why couldn't he phone a relative or even her breakdown assistance or maybe she had phoned her breakdown club who told her there would be a charge to rescue her so she phoned 999 knowing they would do it for free?

Hope she made a large donation to the fire fighter benevolent fund (or similar) for wasting their time.
What a waste of resource's, Why couldn't he phone a relative or even her breakdown assistance or maybe she had phoned her breakdown club who told her there would be a charge to rescue her so she phoned 999 knowing they would do it for free? Hope she made a large donation to the fire fighter benevolent fund (or similar) for wasting their time. dolomiteman
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8:11am Sat 3 May 14

comicool says...

dolomiteman wrote:
What a waste of resource's, Why couldn't he phone a relative or even her breakdown assistance or maybe she had phoned her breakdown club who told her there would be a charge to rescue her so she phoned 999 knowing they would do it for free?

Hope she made a large donation to the fire fighter benevolent fund (or similar) for wasting their time.
When I was in the fire service ,this was known as a "special service call" and was chargeable.
[quote][p][bold]dolomiteman[/bold] wrote: What a waste of resource's, Why couldn't he phone a relative or even her breakdown assistance or maybe she had phoned her breakdown club who told her there would be a charge to rescue her so she phoned 999 knowing they would do it for free? Hope she made a large donation to the fire fighter benevolent fund (or similar) for wasting their time.[/p][/quote]When I was in the fire service ,this was known as a "special service call" and was chargeable. comicool
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9:51am Sun 4 May 14

Charlie Bucket says...

dolomiteman wrote:
What a waste of resource's, Why couldn't he phone a relative or even her breakdown assistance or maybe she had phoned her breakdown club who told her there would be a charge to rescue her so she phoned 999 knowing they would do it for free?

Hope she made a large donation to the fire fighter benevolent fund (or similar) for wasting their time.
He? Did you even read the story?
[quote][p][bold]dolomiteman[/bold] wrote: What a waste of resource's, Why couldn't he phone a relative or even her breakdown assistance or maybe she had phoned her breakdown club who told her there would be a charge to rescue her so she phoned 999 knowing they would do it for free? Hope she made a large donation to the fire fighter benevolent fund (or similar) for wasting their time.[/p][/quote]He? Did you even read the story? Charlie Bucket
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