Woman, 33, taken to hospital after missing person search in Pembroke Dock

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A 33-YEAR-OLD woman was taken to Withybush Hospital after she was found at Llanreath Beach, Pembroke Dock, on Wednesday (January 15) morning.

Police, fire, ambulance and coastguard teams - including a Sea King 169 helicopter based at RAF Chivenor - were involved in the search for the missing woman, described as “vulnerable” by police.

A police spokesman told the Western Telegraph: “Dyfed-Powys Police received a report at 6.02am on January 15 of a missing female from the Pembroke Dock area.

“The ‘vulnerable’ female was found at 8.30am.”

A coastguard spokesman said Angle inshore lifeboat, both St Govan’s and Tenby coastguard rescue teams, Pembrokeshire sector manager, and a fire rescue boat attended.

There is not any information as to the woman’s exact condition.

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