08:50AM, Monday 12 August 2013
Firefighters helped four people who were tipped into the Thames when their rowing boat capsized on Friday afternoon near the leisure centre in Stovell Road, Windsor.
The two women and two children had managed to swim to the shore at 3.40pm when the firefighters arrived after being called out by spectators. They helped them out and wrapped them in thermal blankets but all four were all right and did not need hospital treatment.
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