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Newbury fear for welfare incident

Police, fire and ambulance services called to scene

Jane Meredith

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EMERGENCY services attended a fear for welfare incident in Newbury last night (Thurs).

According to Thames Valley Police (TVP), police were called to Hambridge Road at 10.35pm

“This was resolved, and the person was left in the care of ambulance staff,” said TVP spokesman, Gareth Ford-Lloyd.

TVP were unable to provide any further details about the incident.

Firefighters were also at the scene.  

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  • Tommy

    05/02/2016 - 16:04

    I'm intrigued as to where this ' fear for welfare incident ' has recently cropped up from ? Is it yet another American imported phrase, or just something some bored individual dreamt up whilst lounging behind their desk one day !!

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