Two brothers who rescued a woman from the sea off Newquay have told the West Country Tonight they didn't think twice about it. David and Martin Marney have been praised for their bravery.
The RNLI said they saved the woman's life. They spent twenty minutes in the sea keeping the woman afloat until the rescue services arrived. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
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