Rescue mission after car crashes into sea at Stranraer
A woman managed to escape the vehicle and was found close to the edge of Loch Ryan near Stranraer.
A rescue mission was launched after a car crashed into a sea loch in Dumfries and Galloway.
Emergency services were called to the west side of Loch Ryan near Stranraer from about 1.30am on Monday after receiving reports of a woman trapped inside the vehicle.
Police Scotland tasked firefighters, lifeboat and coastguard crews to help out in the operation.
Woman rescued after car enters sea near Kirkcolm #Stranraer.— DumfriesGPolice (@DumfriesGPolice) February 5, 2018
Female rescued and taken to hospital. https://t.co/hHxNFknVSi
Stranraer Coastguard, @policescotland, @RNLI_Stranraer, @scotfire_DG, all involved in the operation. pic.twitter.com/VlY6AWg04H
The woman had managed to escape the vehicle and was found near the water’s edge.
She was suffering from mild hypothermia and taken to Galloway Community Hospital in Stranraer for treatment.