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A teenage boy is still critical in hospital after being rescued from the water in Cardiff Bay.
Emergency services were called to reports of a boy in difficulty in a dock near Mermaid Quay at 13:45pm yesterday.
He was taken to the University Hospital of Wales where his condition is described as serious.
South Wales Police issued a warning about the dangers of swimming in the docks during hot weather, saying those who do are 'putting their lives at risk'.
South Wales Police say a teenage boy has been recovered from the water at Mermaid Quay in Cardiff.
He has been taken to the University Hospital of Wales where his condition is described as 'critical.'
Local policing inspector Tony Williams has issued a warning against swimming in the waters in Cardiff Bay.
A boy has been taken to hospital in a serious condition after an incident in the water in Cardiff Bay.
The Ambulance Service said it was called just after 1.45pm this afternoon near the river in Butetown, Cardiff.
An eyewitness has told ITV News a group of people were seen jumping into the water near Stuart Street.
Police were also in attendance.
South Wales Police say it's dealing with an ongoing incident in Cardiff Bay, following reports of a boy getting into difficulty in the water.
Officers are currently at the scene on Stuart Street in Mermaid Quay along with the Ambulance Service.
An eyewitness has told ITV News a group of people were seen jumping into the water close to the Techniquest Centre.
Police say no further information is available at this time.