A spokeswoman for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency has said that the parents of a four-year-old boy who is missing at sea in Somerset were treated for water ingestion after attempting a rescue:
The parents of the child have been treated on scene after they went in after the boy and required medical treatment for water ingestion.
A member of the public dialled 999 at 6.04pm to inform Swansea Coastguard that they had seen two adults go in the water to attempt to rescue a small child and that they needed medical assistance.
Swansea Coastguard sent the Burnham-on-Sea Coastguard rescue team to the scene, along with the two Burnham-on-Sea RNLI lifeboats.
The Coastguard Rescue helicopter from Portland is also on scene, along with a police helicopter and Avon Ambulance Service. The search is currently still ongoing.
The relatives of Dylan Cecil, who slipped into the sea from a jetty, say they are grateful after police believe they have found his body.
The mother of Dylan Cecil says is "devastated" but will stay in Burnham-on-Sea for "as long as it takes" until her son is found.
The search for a four-year-old boy - who went missing in the sea while on holiday - has been called off by rescuers.