A man has died after a family of paddleboarders were rescued off the south coast.
Crisis administrations were called to the occurrence close to the New Forest town of Exbury in Hampshire, on Saturday evening. The 51-year-elderly person was carried to Southampton General Hospital where he was articulated dead, Hampshire Constabulary said. A lady and two teens were saved by RNLI raft groups. A RNLI representative said: “RNLI rafts from Calshot and Cowes were dispatched following reports of a family in trouble during a paddleboarding episode on Lepe Beach.” She added: “The volunteer group showed up to offer help to two teens and a woman. A fourth setback was being carried to clinic when the raft arrived.”A Hampshire police representative said: “We were called to a report that a man was oblivious in the ocean at Lepe Beach, Exbury. “The 51-year-elderly person was shipped to Southampton General Hospital yet notwithstanding the best endeavors of crisis administrations was articulated dead. “Enquiries are progressing to decide the conditions encompassing the man’s demise.”