A search for a four-year-old boy is continuing this morning, 12 hours after he fell into the sea.
Four Coastguard rescue teams, four lifeboats and the Coastguard sector manager are looking for the youngster, who disappeared at Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset.
A police and RAF helicopter have also been involved in the search and rescue operation.
The boy's parents frantically tried to rescue him after he entered the water on the south side of a slipway yesterday evening, but were unable to reach him.
A member of the public witnessed their desperate attempts and called the emergency services.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said a search - initially involving a helicopter, Coastguard rescue teams and two lifeboats - began after the alarm was raised.