Young girl rescued from sea after suspected seizure
A young girl was airlifted to hospital after suffering a suspected seizure while swimming in the sea in Cornwall.
The girl was picked up by a local fishing boat then winched up into a rescue helicopter hovering above Mousehole harbour, before being flown to the Royal Cornwall Hospital, in Truro.
Coastguards received a call from the ambulance service shortly before 5pm yesterday saying a girl had suffered a suspected seizure.
A cliff rescue team made its way to the village outside Penzance, as did Sea King Rescue 193 from RNAS Culdrose, at Helston.
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The emergency was also attended by police and the Penlee RNLI inshore lifeboat “Paul Alexander", whose crew gave medical assistance before the child was winched to safety.
A Coastguard spokesman said she did not know where the girl was from, how old she was or her medical condition.