Blyth RNLI respond to reports of a person in the water in Blyth Bay
On Friday evening UK Coastguard paged Blyth RNLI volunteers at 8.18pm to reports of a person in the water.
Upon arriving on scene the volunteer crew were updated by UK Coastguard that the casualty was out of the water and in the care of the North East Ambulance Service and no further assistance was required.
The lifeboat was stood down and returned to station and made ready for service
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