Hampshire Fire warning on mud dangers

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HAMPSHIRE Fire and Rescue has urged children and teenagers to take care in muddy areas following three separate rescues in as many days.

A 17-year-old had to be pulled out after getting stuck in the mud at Farlington Marshes on Monday, and there were two other rescues from the mud at Bitterne Manor in Southampton.

Community Safety manager Rob Dellow said: ‘These incidents act as an urgent reminder of the dangers of mud and water.’