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A man has died in hospital after he was swept out to sea near the Spa in Scarborough's South Bay.
North Yorkshire Police were called at around 6pm yesterday to a report of a man being knocked off the sea wall into the water .
The RNLI and Coastguard also attended the scene of the incident, with air support provided by RAF Leconfield.
An unconscious man was recovered from the water at around 6.40pm and taken to Scarborough District Hospital.
Despite the efforts of paramedics and hospital staff, he was pronounced deceased at hospital.
The man, who has not been named, was from Scarborough and in his thirties.
It is understood that the man was walking in the area with his dog and a friend when he got into difficulties.
The man’s friend was also taken to hospital suffering from shock and the effects of the cold, but has since been discharged.
A family who were walking nearby, raised the alarm with the emergency services.