BROCKTON (WBSM) — First responders in Brockton rescued a man who fell into a body of water Tuesday evening.

On November 14 at 7:14 p.m. the Brockton Fire Alarm office was notified that a man had fallen off a wall approximately 15 feet into a body of water.

The Brockton Police Department, Brockton Fire, and Brewster Ambulance Service units responded to the rear of 145 Campanelli Drive near a body of water where the man fell.

Police lifted the victim partially out of the water onto a steep embankment. Firefighters also entered the water, extricated the victim using a stroke basket and continued CPR.

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The victim was removed from the wooded area and transported by ambulance to the Good Samaritan Medical Center. No information was provided about his condition.

No further information is available at this time, according to police, and the victim was not identified. The incident is under investigation by Brockton Police.

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