Bucklebury couple rescued from ford

Firefighters have rescued two people from a car after they became stranded in a ford in Bucklebury, Berkshire.

The fire service said it was called to the couple in Tylers Lane just before 23:00 GMT on Wednesday.

A water rescue team along with three fire engines and 15 firefighters attended the incident.

The man and woman are believed to have escaped uninjured.

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