Woman pulled out of Portsmouth Harbour after fall

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POLICE pulled a woman out of Portsmouth Harbour in the early hours of the morning.

The woman fell into the sea near the Gosport Ferry pontoon on the Portsmouth side.

She was pulled out of the water by Ministry of Defence police officers.

It happened at about 12.24am on Sunday.

Gosport and Fareham’s Inshore Rescue Service lifeboat was also called but the crew was stood down while it was one the way after the woman was rescued.

She was taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham by ambulance and treated for a broken ankle.