Fire crews rescue tree climbers
3:11pm 14th September 2012
(Updated 3:11pm 14th September 2012)
Firefighters have rescued two children after they got stuck up a tree in Ripon on Wednesday 12 September.
The 13-year-olds, from Springhill School on Palace Road, had climbed up at lunchtime and were unable to get down.
Fire crews from Ripon attended and said that the boys had climbed 60ft and became stuck.
One boy was helped down, but the other was lifted from the tree using an aerial ladder platform.
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