A cargo ship that was stranded off the coast of the Farne Islands for ten days has been successfully refloated.
The MV Danio is being pulled to the Port of Blyth by a tug boat, where divers will inspect the hull to see what damage has been done.
The ship was re-floated in the early hours of this morning.
John Walton, a Seahouses Coastal Marine Officer with the National Trust, described this morning's rescue to ITV News.
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