Police confirm the death of a man found at Haven Marina in Lowestoft, is not suspicious
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The death of a man, who was pulled from the water in Lowestoft on Thursday morning (4th), is not being treated as suspicious- police have confirmed.
The emergency services were called at about 7.20am yesterday following reports that a man's body had been seen floating in the water at Haven Marina.
Lowestoft police, the East of England Ambulance Service, fire-fighters from Lowestoft South fire station, four coastguard officers from the Lowestoft and Southwold Coastguard rescue teams and Lowestoft Lifeboat were all called to the Associated British Ports'-owned marina in School Road.
The water rescue team at Lowestoft South fire station, assisted by the coastguards and Lowestoft Lifeboat, recovered the man's body from 'near the mooring area.'
Haven Marina, on School Road, is close to The Third Crossing Restaurant and Quayside Business Centre.
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John Henderson, watch commander at Lowestoft South fire station, said: 'Our thoughts are with the family of all those involved in this incident during this time.'
For further updates see Friday's edition of the Lowestoft Journal.
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