Six people have been rescued from a fire on board a ferry on the North Sea, RAF Squadron Leader Dave Webster has told ITV News. The passengers were taken to a hospital in Scarborough.
Two RAF helicopters were scrambled to help injured passengers on the service around 30 miles east of Flamborough Head.
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