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Four rescued from Colchester Castle lift - just 24 hours after £4.2m revamp unveiled
Updated 4:51pm Saturday 3rd May 2014 in News
FOUR people had to be rescued by firefighters after getting stuck in a lift at Colchester Castle - just 24 hours after it was officially reopened.
The fire brigade was called out at 3.20pm today after reports that people were trapped.
Many crews are currently taking part in a 12-hour strike, but working firefighters went to the rescue.
The victims were released unhurt by 3.45pm.
The historic castle - Europe’s largest surviving Norman keep - only reopened to the public yesterday after a massive £4.2million revamp lasting 14 months.
It was officially opened by mayor Colin Sykes.
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