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Search ends for missing man swept into sea at Treyarnon

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency have confirmed the search for a second man who was swept into the sea has been called off.

Two brothers had been reported as missing after being swept off rocks at Warren Cove.

One of the men, a 21-year-old, died after being airlifted to hospital.

The brothers, who had been fishing near Padstow, were of a family party on a weekend visit to the area.

Around 100 people were involved in the search, including lifeguards and a rescue helicopter.

We've had four lifeboats, two from Newquay, one from Rock and one from Padstow. We've had the lifeguards from Constantine beach and Treyarnon beach. We've had the rescue helicopter from Newquay.

We've had coastguard teams, volunteers with the coastguards and we've had the ambulance teams and the police on the scene as well searching.

– Tom Mansell, RNLI

RNLI confirm brothers swept off rocks at Treyarnon bay

Credit: ITV West Country

Lifeboat rescue charity, RNLI have confirmed that two brothers were involved in a Treyarnon alert yesterday.

The two men had been reported as missing after being swept off rocks at Warren Cove.

A third person with them raised the alarm, causing lifeguards to arrive on the scene within minutes.

One of the men, a 21-year-old, died after being airlifted to hospital.

The brothers were part of a family party on a weekend visit to the area.

Around 100 people were involved in the initial search and rescue effort.

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