Liverpool FC’s Champions League celebrations sparked a coastguard rescue response over the weekend.
RNLI teams abandoned a training exercise to race to a man trapped in the mud in New Brighton.
Merseyside Police is investigating the unexplained death of a man rescued from the River Mersey.
Wirral coastguard along with Flint Coastguard Rescue Team and West Kirby Lifeboat raced to a person cut off by the incoming tide near to Middle Eye in West Kirby.
Wirral coastguard and New Brighton RNLI have warned members of the public to stay away from large waves and to avoid taking pictures.
The rescue was captured on video by the RNLI
Wirral Coastguard and Hoylake RNLI rushed to a man and his two dogs that were stranded after being cut off by the tide.
Emergency services including the RNLI and coastguard rushed to the scene at around 9:42pm to try to save the man.
Emergency services raced to a Merseyside beach on New Years Day to rescue 5 people trapped in mud.
Four boys have been praised for saving a woman’s life by entering the water in the dark and pulling her to safety.