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A search and rescue operation in Taunton has been called off.
Police say they were given incorrect information and reports a man had fallen into the River Tone were incorrect.
Our units in Taunton have been stood down. We're satisfied there is no one in the river and the info we were originally given was incorrect.
A major rescue operation is underway in Taunton to try to save a man who's fallen into the River Tone.
The man was spotted in the water near Bridge Street in the town centre earlier this morning.
The police helicopter is in operation in the area.
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A 4x4 car had to be rescued after getting stuck in the mud on Brean beach.
The driver from Gloucester said his sat nav led him there.
The high tide surrounded the vehicle and it got into difficulty. It was pulled out by a local farmer.
Caught on camera... the RNLI and navy rescue teams reach the stricken French trawler, Le Sillon....The crew of the Naval helicopter are today being given bravery awards for their role in the dramatic night time rescue off Padstow. Five fishermen were rescued in the incident in February 2014,
A team of Royal Navy aviators from RNAS Culdrose is today receiving an award for its role in a heroic rescue off the Cornish coast.
The four aircrew from 771 Naval Air Squadron, will be presented with the ‘The Prince Philip Helicopter Rescue Award’ for the ‘Le Sillon’ rescue, the second time in three years that the Search and Rescue Squadron has received it.
During the storms that hit the Cornish coast in February 2014, the Culdrose aviators launched a heroic night-time rescue operation to airlift five French fishermen from almost certain death as their vessel, ‘Le Sillon’, was wrecked off Trevose Head near Padstow.
A man has been airlifted to hospital in a serious condition after being rescued from a river in Cornwall.
Police, the fire service and paramedics were called to the River Lemon in Newton Abbot at around 11.15am after reports of a man in fast flowing waters near the Asda supermarket.
Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service have rescued a horse called Moose from a metal fence using specialist equipment.
They received a call from the owner at Church Lane, Toddington after Moose got his leg trapped.
In order to free him safely, Winchcombe fire service received specialised animal rescue equipment from Gloucester North fire station. In just over one hour, a total thirteen fire-fighters rescued the horse and he is now back to his fighting fit-self.