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Bride Rescued From Sea

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7:05am 24th November 2014

A bride has been left clinging to rocks in Newquay, after a bodyboarding trip went wrong.

She has just got married and went into the water with her new husband when conditions overwhelmed them.

Newquay's inshore lifeboats and coastguards were scrambled to Porth on Sunday afternoon.

She was rescued, unhurt, but was taken to Treliske for a check-up after going into shock.

Her new husband escaped with cuts and bruises.

It happened just as a helicopter was winching two men to safety after getting cut off by the tide.

7:05am 24th November 2014

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