Search and rescue continuing in Donegal

A search and rescue operation is underway in Co Donegal for a 14-year-old boy who fell into the River Foyle.

The alarm was raised at about 6.15pm this evening when he fell into the river at Saint Johnson where he had been fishing.

The Malin Head Coastguard is co-ordinating the search which involves the Sligo-based helicpter, River Foyle search-and-rescue and the PSNI helicopter.

The search will continue until dark.

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