A man was rescued from a canal in Manchester’s city center and sent to the hospital.
After emergency services were summoned to a canal in Manchester city centre, a man was brought to the hospital.
After reports of a person in the water, emergency personnel arrived.
GMP officers were joined by Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue (GMFRS) teams and paramedics from the North West Ambulance Service at the Rochdale canal.
“At about 10.37pm on Sunday, August 29, police were alerted to a complaint of a gentleman in the canal on Dale Street in Manchester,” a spokesman for the force said.
“Officers and GMFRS responded, and a male was brought to the hospital for evaluation.”
“With about 10.50pm on Sunday, August 29, firemen were asked to assist Greater Manchester Police (GMP) at an incident on Dale Street, in Manchester, involving a person in the water,” according to a GMFRS spokeswoman.
“Fire engines from Moss Side and Salford stations, as well as the Ashton Technical Response Unit and the Eccles Water Incident Unit, rushed to the site.
“At this time, fire crews are still on the scene.”