Emergency crews called to Stockport beauty spot to help man “in crisis”

Emergency crews were called to a Stockport beauty spot to help a man “in crisis” this afternoon.

Police were called to Reddish Vale Country Park to assist a man who was on a footbridge over a river on Saturday afternoon (July 25).

View of Reddish Vale Country Park
(Image: ABNM Photography)

The fire service and ambulance crews also attended and the man was brought down from the bridge safely.

He has been taken to hospital, Greater Manchester Police said.

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A spokesperson for the force said officers were called to assist a “male adult in crisis on the footbridge over the river”.

“Police, fire and Ambulance attend and the incident is now resolved.”

|Ma Evening Post