At least six police officers are being treated in hospital after diving into a river in a bid to rescue the five occupants of a car which had crashed into the water.
One woman inside the vehicle died but the other occupants survived the incident in the River Avon in Bristol early today.
Police said at least six officers dived into the river in a bid to save the car's occupants and were later treated in hospital as a precaution.
A man and woman were rescued and are currently helping police with their inquiries.
Two other women who were also rescued are being interviewed as witnesses.
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