Person rescued after getting stuck in mud in Freckleton

The Lancashire Fire service was called to rescue a person who became stuck in mud in Freckleton yesterday, March 20.
Three fire engines were called out yesterday, March 20Three fire engines were called out yesterday, March 20
Three fire engines were called out yesterday, March 20

Three fire engines from Longridge, Preston and Penwortham were called out to a field in Freckleton after a person became stuck in mud yesterday, March 20.

Crews were called out at 3:39 pm yesterday following reports of a person who needed rescuing from mud near Naze Lane East in Freckleton.

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Firefighters worked with the Coastguard using a stretcher to rescue them safely.

A spokesperson for the Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service said: "Three fire engines from Longridge, Penwortham and Preston were called to rescue a person from mud near Naze Lane East, Freckleton.

"Firefighters worked with the Coastguard to rescue one person using a stretcher."

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