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Thursday, 21 August 2014

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Cumbrian coastguard meet vessel after 'incident'

Members of the Maryport Coastguard Rescue Team met a vessel heading for Workington in the the Irish Sea.

A coastguard spokesman said this was after an "incident at sea" that resulted in no reported injuries.

The team was called out just before 1pm today and escorted the vessel to harbour in Workington.

The spokesman added that an investigation into the incident may take place but did not give any further details.

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