Rescue launched as two swept into the water at Mullion Cove

HM Coastguard has been coordinating the response after a report was received of two people being swept into the sea at Mullion Cove, Cornwall.

The call came in around 6.45pm today (2 Nov) that the two had been swept off the harbour wall into the water.

Following the call, HM Coastguard’s helicopter from Newquay, RNLI lifeboats from Penzance and the Lizard, along with Mullion and Porthleven Coastguard Rescue Teams were all sent.

Two people were winched from the water and taken to Treliske Hospital (Royal Cornwall Hospital).

We have no further information.



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