Woman falls from third-floor of house in Wisbech
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A woman escaped severe injury after falling from the third floor of a building in Wisbech.
Cambridgeshire Police say they responded on Friday night at around 8.20pm to “reports of concern for a person” in Norwich Road.
When they arrived – with ambulance crews – they found the woman had fallen from the third-floor.
“The woman was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, Norfolk with serious, but not life-threatening injuries,” said a police spokesperson.
However, what complicated the issue was the arrest of a man on suspicion of assault earlier in the day. He was taken away for questioning to Thorpe Wood police station but released with no further action.
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The incident involving the woman falling from the roof is not being treated as suspicious.
The property – next to a cycle repair shop – was taped off and police stayed outside throughout Saturday.
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The condition of the woman who fell is not known.