A rescue charity in Derry has praised members of the public for helping people during incidents earlier today.
A spokesperson for Foyle Search & Rescue said their volunteers received assistance from members of the public during an incident this morning.
The spokesperson said: “At 07:53 am this morning our pager team were responding to an incident where yet again members of the public intervened prior to police arriving on scene.
“At 08:40am this morning our Emergency Response Team were tasked to an incident reported by a member of the public.
“FSR Mobile Units, Boat, Jetski and Drone Team in our Emergency Response Vehicle were deployed conducting targeted search operations until 12:15hrs where police stood down the search.
“In all three incidents members of the public offered assistance or helped with information.
“FSR acknowledge the help of the public in all 3 incidents and appreciate the support of the PSNI and CCTV during this morning's search operation.”
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