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Emergency services close Williams Way in Rochester after concerns raised regarding man's welfare

By Daniel Green

Emergency services have descended on a residential street following a report of concern for a man's welfare.

Police officers, the ambulance service and firefighters have been called to a house in St Williams Way, Rochester, after concerns were brought to their attention.

A police officer on the road in Rochester that has been closed off

A police officer on the road in Rochester that has been closed off

As part of their inquiries, St Williams Way, between Jasper Avenue and Fairlead Road, is currently closed.

One resident said that the cordon had prevented an Asda delivery van dropping off groceries to a house in the road.

He said the emergency services had first blocked off the road at around 12.15pm but police were now allowing residents access in their cars.

Emergency services at the scenePicture Jaime Lea

Emergency services at the scene Picture: Jaime Lea

 The road closure is expected to remain until around 6pm. 

 

 

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