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A police spokesman said: "Emergency services attended including police, coastguard and a search and rescue helicopter.
Adrian Don, spokesman for Tynemouth RNLI, said: "UK Coastguard concluded that all possible efforts to locate the mayday caller had been made and the search was terminated, with our volunteers returning to dry land at 1.
A Flint Coastguard spokesman said: "On the scene both teams visually located both casualties and immediately set up for a mud rescue, two HM Coastguard mud rescue technicians were deployed onto the mud who successfully extracted both casualties as the tide reached their position.
Coastguards have previously called on drivers not to take unnecessary risks on the road to Holy Island.
The HM Coastguard search and rescue helicopter from Prestwick, along with Tarbert and Campbeltown Coastguard Rescue Teams and Arran lifeboat, along with Police Scotland, are all involved in the search around the Mull of Kintyre area.
The changes to Her Majesty s Coastguard will see the NMOC and 10 other CGOCs around the UK work together to manage the workload.
Galli stressed his government's adherence to continue to support Yemen, especially in the security field and the implementation of the second phase of the Coastguard radar network.
A Coastguard immediately plunged into the sea and rushed to their rescue before entering the dangerous zone," Coastguard Commander Brigadier Alaa Siadi said.
A spokeswoman for the HM Coastguard said the British and French coastguard, as well as RNLI lifeboats from Alderney and Weymouth and a search plane from the Channel Islands, helped search for the missing passenger.
SEVENTY people were cut off by the tide during a single incident in the sun-soaked resort of Blackpool yesterday, the Coastguard said.
The situation caused police to ask for the Coastguard to join their operation to free cars stranded in the snow.
7 a" Yemeni Coastguard forces were able to save a Saudi trade ship from attempted piracy by Somali pirates while the ship was passing through the international waters of the Gulf of Aden.
Hundreds of Maritime and Coastguard Agency staff were expected to strike until 7pm tomorrow.
Clyde Coastguard was alerted by one of the group leaders at about 1.