A woman walking her dog along the beach was rescued by RNLI New Brighton lifeboat crew after getting stuck in mud
RNLI teams abandoned a training exercise to race to a man trapped in the mud in New Brighton.
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 signal was reportedly being transmitted from the Bagillt Bank area on the west side of the River Dee.
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.
A yacht had been spotted in the darkness by a passing ship just south of the Liverpool Bar light float at the mouth of the River Mersey.
Emergency services including the RNLI and coastguard rushed to the scene at around 9:42pm to try to save the man.
The dogs had reportedly been missing since the evening of New Year’s Day and had spent the night lost on the beach.