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Search for missing boy who had gone swimming with friends off Crosby beach


We can confirm that emergency services are responding to an incident in Waterloo this evening, Sunday, 30 June.


Just after 7pm emergency services received a report of a concern for safety of a 14-year-old boy who had gone swimming in the River Mersey, near to the radar tower with a group of friends. His friends had come out of the river but had become separated from him and he has not been seen since. 


The incident is ongoing and Crosby beach near to the radar tower has been cordoned off. We are asking people to avoid the area at this time, whilst the emergency services, including the coastguard and North West Ambulance Service, continue searching for the missing boy.




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