Fire crews called to railway station after customers trapped in lift

-Credit: (Image: Jamie Lee Media)
-Credit: (Image: Jamie Lee Media)


Fire crews were called to a railway station this afternoon after customers got trapped in a lift.

Two fire engines were on the scene at Hamilton Square Railway Station, Birkenhead just after 3pm today, May 27, after reports of two people getting stuck.

The fire crew reportedly wound the lift up and released both passengers. No injuries were reported.

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A spokesperson for Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service said: "Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service attended an incident at Hamilton Square Railway Station, Birkenhead, earlier today.

"Crews were alerted at 3.01pm and on scene at 3.09pm. Two fire engines attended. Crews arrived to find two people trapped in a lift. After liaising with staff, firefighters wound the lift to an above level and released both people. Crews left the scene at 3.44pm."

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