A dock master has described how he dived into freezing cold waters to rescue a six-month old baby boy after his buggy was blown in by high winds.
The baby was swept into the the water as his mother walked along Watchet Harbour, Somerset, on Sunday. He is now recovering in hospital.
George Reeder, 63, has been called a hero but told ITV's Daybreak he is "just a fellow that jumped in".
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