Four stranded youths rescued from the beach tonight.
The four got stranded behind Cleethorpes leisure centre.
Four youths were rescued tonight after becoming stranded in mud and cut off by the tide on a sandbank.
Four youths were rescued earlier tonight after becoming cut off by the tide.
The Emergency services were called around 7.45pm after the youths rang the Coastguard to say they were trapped and cut off.
Three were cut off on a sandbank and one was stuck in the mud.
All rescue services were on scene RNLI Cleethorpes, HM Coastguard, Hull Coastguard Rescue team and HM Coastguard Donna Nook Rescue Team,Humberside Police and East Midlands Ambulance Service to deal with the rescue.
RNLI recovered the person stuck in the mud first and brought them ashore for medical attention and then went back to recover the other three who were cut off.
All four youths were handed over to the care of the East Midlands Ambulance Service for treatment and assessment.
The ambulance left around 8.40pm with we believe two females still being assessed on the way to hospital.
This was a multi agency incident dealt with by all of the above services.
RNLI and HM Coastguard stated:
Our beach is always changing and its really easy to be caught out, Whether you’re local or a visitor to the area.
If you do find yourself in trouble, Call 999 and ask for the Coastguard. That’s what this group of youths did this evening, Which greatly aided their successful rescue.
This is another brilliant rescue operation from all the emergency services once again and they should be praised for all the risks they take.
Well done all of the services.