Emergency services have swarmed the seafront after an incident earlier today.

Police officers alongside ambulance crews and the coast guard were called to Brighton Marina this morning to assist with a “medical incident”.

Multiple ambulance crews were seen in the marina alongside other emergency service vehicles.

The nature of the incident is currently unclear.


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A spokesman for Sussex Police said: “Emergency services were called to reports of a medical incident at Brighton Marina at around 9am this morning.”

A spokeswoman for HM Coastguard added: “HM Coastguard was called to assist the ambulance service at Brighton Marina earlier this morning.

“Shoreham and Newhaven coastguard rescue teams were sent. South Central Ambulance Service and Sussex Police also attended.”