A spokeswoman for the North West Ambulance Service said she thought that all the passengers of the amphibious vehicle that sunk in a Liverpool dock have been accounted for.
One man was taken to hospital as a precaution and 31 people had been rescue in all, the spokeswoman said.
An amphibious tourist vehicle has sunk in the Albert Dock, Liverpool. North West Ambulance Service have said that 27 people were taken to hospital because of shock and exposure.
Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service have rescued three people after an amphibious tour bus sank in Liverpool's Albert Dock.
– Chief Fire Officer Dan Stephens
Three people have been rescued by firefighters from the water. We have had assistance from a number of agencies on scene.
We worked with police, ambulance and coastguard, and the RAF to account for everyone onboard.
The initial responding firefighters from Toxteth and City Centre community fire stations carried out the rescues.
There was no-one trapped from the sinking vessel. All persons have now been accounted for.
North West Ambulance Service have said that 27 people have been taken to hospital because of shock and exposure, after a tour boat sank in Liverpool. No one with serious injuries.
31 people were rescued after the amphibious tour bus sank in Liverpool's Albert Dock.
Several tourists have been airlifted to hospital, after a tourist boat sank in Liverpool's Albert Dock. More than 30 people were said to be abroad when it sunk.
Initial indications are that the passengers who plunged into a dock after an amphibious tour bus sunk in Liverpool have got off the craft safely, according to reports.
Local radio and the Liverpool Echo have said that several police and ambulance response vehicles rushed to help with the rescue operation led by the fire service.
More than 30 people are said to have plunged into a dock after an amphibious tour bus sunk in Liverpool, according to reports. The vehicle began sinking in the Albert Dock just before 4pm.
Witnesses have said some casualties have been flown out by air ambulance and paramedics from 18 other ambulances are treating those who have been hurt.