Emergency services called out to concern for welfare incident on Exmouth seafront.

PUBLISHED: 15:18 23 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:18 23 January 2018

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Police, Exmouth and Beer coastguards and Exmouth RNLI were all called out after concerns were raised for a person’s welfare at Orcombe Point, Exmouth, on Monday, January 22.

Emergency services were called out to an area of Exmouth coastline on Monday (January 22) to help a person in distress.

Police, coastguards and lifeboat volunteers were all called out after concerns were raised for the welfare of an individual near Orcombe Point.

Devon and Cornwall Police say they were notified at around 7.40pm after reports of a concern for welfare for a person.

According to Exmouth Coastguard, they were tasked along with Beer Coastguard to provide ‘safety cover and technical support’ to police at around 9.30pm.

A police spokesperson said officers spoke to an individual and left them in the care of healthcare professionals.

According to Exmouth Coastguard, South Western Ambulance Service was also in attendance and Exmouth RNLI provided support from their inshore lifeboat.

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