Police called to Surbiton boatyard as woman threatens to jump into Thames

A woman was taken into police care this morning, said Teddington RNLI

A woman was taken into police care this morning, said Teddington RNLI

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Police were called to a Surbiton boatyard after a woman threatened to jump into the river this morning.

Teddington Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) were turned away after police took over at Harts Boatyard in Portsmouth Road at about 1.30am.

Adam Bollard from Teddington RNLI tweeted: “Jumper in Kingston area, casualty in police care, stood down on route.”

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