Man airlifted to hospital following incident off Bray harbour

Emergency services including Gardaí, Dun Laoghaire RNLI, Greystones Coast Guard Unit, and the Rescue 116 helicopter attended Bray harbour on Thursday after a man entered the water.

The man was unable to keep himself afloat and let out a call for help. Luckily the Garda Water Unit, who were working in the area, arrived to the scene following a distress call. Thy were able to lift him from the water and take him to shore on the Bray harbour.

After being rescued, the man was treated by paramedics and taken Tallaght hospital.

(Pictures and video, Greystones Coast Guard Unit)

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