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Firefighters bring a rescue stretcher to retrieve a woman who fell and broke her leg in Colliery Dam Park Monday afternoon. Emergency personnel at the scene said the woman, in her mid-20s, slipped when she lost her footing on a wet log. Wet and cold fall weather has created slippery conditions on woodland pathways, especially around roots, fallen trees, and wooden stairs and walkways.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Firefighters bring a rescue stretcher to retrieve a woman who fell and broke her leg in Colliery Dam Park Monday afternoon. Emergency personnel at the scene said the woman, in her mid-20s, slipped when she lost her footing on a wet log. Wet and cold fall weather has created slippery conditions on woodland pathways, especially around roots, fallen trees, and wooden stairs and walkways.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Firefighters bring a rescue stretcher to retrieve a woman who fell and broke her leg in Colliery Dam Park Monday afternoon.

Emergency personnel at the scene said the woman, in her mid-20s, slipped when she lost her footing on a wet log.

Wet and cold fall weather has created slippery conditions on woodland pathways, especially around roots, fallen trees, and wooden stairs and walkways.

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