A woman's been airlifted to hospital after a two hour rescue operation in the sea off the North Devon coast.
The woman, who's thought to have been with a party of friends from Bristol, was reported missing as they swam off Baggy Point near Croyde at around 11.30 this morning.
Two lifeboats from nearby Appledore and a rescue helicopter from RMB Chivenor were dispatched to look for her with Croyde Coastguard Rescue.
She was taken to North Devon Hospital in Barnstaple but her condition is unknown.
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