Police and fire crews rescue woman from multi-storey car park in Fareham town centre after concern for welfare call

POLICE and fire crews were called to locate a woman in Fareham town centre after calls of concern about her welfare this weekend.

By Richard Lemmer
Tuesday, 29th December 2020, 1:41 pm

Police officers and firefighters from stations in Fareham, Cosham, and Southsea were mobilised to Osborn Road, Fareham, after an emergency call was made just before 12:30pm on Sunday.

Parts of Obsborn Road were cordoned off while officers worked to locate a woman believed to be in distress.

A spokesman from Hampshire Constabulary said: ‘Officers investigating a concern for the welfare of a woman attended Osborn Road.

Police and fire crews attended Osborn Road, Fareham, after a concern for welfare call this weekend. Picture: Hampshire Constabulary

‘I can confirm that the woman was located on the roof of a multi-storey car park and she is now in the care of the appropriate services.’

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