Police officers who dived in to rescue passengers from a car which plunged into a river yesterday, killing a mother-of-one, are back at work today.
Six members of Avon and Somerset Police were taken to hospital in Bristol after leaping into the chilly water at around 4:00am yesterday.
Police Inspector Paul Winship said: "The six officers were treated by medics for the effects of being in the water. As far as I am aware, they are back on duty today."
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