Woman in sea rescued by Lowestoft lifeboat crew
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A woman was rescued by Lowestoft's lifeboat after getting into difficulties in the sea.
The lifeboat was launched at around 9pm yesterday (Friday, July 13) to assist a woman in the water at North Denes.
HM Coastguard said she was found at the end of a groyne, which is a structure put in place to prevent erosion.
'She was successfully rescued from the water and handed to the care of the East of England Ambulance Service', a coastguard spokesman said.
It is understood that the woman did not suffer any injuries.
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The Lowestoft coastguard rescue team was also involved in the search.
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