Emergency services attended a rescue on the Suffolk coast. 

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service were called to reports of a water rescue in Crag Path, Aldeburgh just after 4.30pm on Saturday. 

Five fire engines were in attendance with three from Princes Street, one from Aldeburgh and one from Leiston. 

Witnesses reported a heavy police presence was in the area as well as the RNLI. 

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A lifeboat was launched from Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station at 4.50pm. 

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service were stood down at approximately 6.18pm. 

The emergency services have been contacted for more information about the incident.