Lifeboat called to river rescue near Norwich

image captionThe lifeboat was taken to the scene using the South Broads RNLI's 4x4

An inland lifeboat helped search a river in Norfolk for more than an hour after four people fell into the water.

A RNLI crew launched from Bramerton Quay, near Norwich, following a call at 0125 GMT on Sunday that one person had not been found.

They searched the River Yare, along with coastguard units and the independent Hemsby Inshore Rescue.

All units were stood down at about 0300 GMT when the person was found safe on land.

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