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Woman hurt after being impaled on railings in Medway Road, Tunbridge Wells

By Gerry Warren

Firefighters had to cut through metal railings to free a woman who became impaled as she was climbing over them last night.

It happened near the Grosvenor Bridge in Medway Road, Tunbridge Wells, shortly before 11.30pm.

The railings cut through by firefighters to release the woman.Photo Kent 999s

The railings cut through by firefighters to release the woman. Photo: Kent 999s

 

Emergency crews used a saw and hydraulic cutters to release her while the woman was attended to by paramedics.

It is not known how seriously she was injured.

 

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