Huge waves and strong rip currents led to more than 60 people being rescued from the sea in North Devon at the weekend.
Lifeguards gave oxygen to one person on the beach at Croyde, and four members of the same family were taken to North Devon District Hospital.
In total, 46 people were rescued at Croyde, with another 18 at Woolacombe.
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