20 Aug 2012
Last updated during 01:52 ET
An RAF helicopter and lifeboats were deployed
Rescue teams are stability to hunt for a four-year-old child who went blank during Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset.
Emergency services were called during about 18:00 BST on Sunday after a boy’s relatives were seen going into a sea to try to rescue him.
They were treated during a stage for H2O ingestion.
Rescue teams from Portishead, Weston and Clevedon have been concerned in a hunt for a boy, that was conducted by a night.
Tris Newey, from a Maritime and Coastguard Agency, said: “We were told he had depressed off a slipway into a H2O during about 6 o’clock – his relatives went in after him.
“We arrived about 20 mins later, helped a relatives get out of a H2O and started a hunt during that point.
“It can be utterly dangerous as we’re during open tides during a moment,” he said.
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