The Foyle Search and Rescue base at Prehen.
There was a positive outcome this morning after rescue crews were called out in Derry.
A spokesperson for Foyle Search and Rescue (FSR) said they received a call from the PSNI shortly before 5am asking for their crews to respond to an emergency call-out.
The spokesperson said their mobile, boat and support crews responded to the incident.
After a period of communication, the spokesperson said they 'were successful in removing a person to safety'.
The FSR spokesperson thanked their crews and the PSNI and CCTV operators for their roles in this morning's operation.
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