A six-year-old child remains in a serious condition after being rescued in a dramatic operation off the Dorset coast. Portland coastguard said boy 'momentarily stopped breathing' after getting into difficulties in the water at Chesil Cove.
He was airlifted to a hospital in Dorchester and has now been transferred to one in Southampton.
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