A horse has been injured after fire crews were called to a rescue in a village. 

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service was called to an animal rescue in Great Bradley, near Haverhill, just before 12.40pm on Wednesday.

Four crews from Princes Street, Haverhill and Newmarket attended the incident. 

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A spokeswoman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said: "The horse was not trapped but is believed to have sustained an injury.

"A vet was also requested by the fire service to assist with lifting a moving the horse."

A stop time was called just after 2.30pm.