A woman who fell while walking in the marshes has been rescued by the Wells Lifeboat team.
She and her husband found themselves cut off at Burnham Overy Staithe following the accident.
The inshore lifeboat found the couple and helped her on board the lifeboat. They were both taken to the short and handed over to a coastguard team to look after them.
The boat’s Deputy Launching Authority, Greg Hewitt, said: “We are pleased the rescue went well and that we could help, but we also want to warn people it is very easy to get cut off by the tide when out walking along our coastline and everyone should be aware of the dangers of the sea.
“To avoid getting cut off, we advise people to check the tide times before setting out. It is essential to be back on the main part of the beach or back on the coastal path at least four hours before high tide to prevent being cut off.”