Teenage girls rescued after being trapped in Isle of Sheppey mud

Girls rescued from mud Image copyright RNLI
Image caption Footage from the RNLI shows the girls trapped (left) and being rescued (right)

Two teenage girls who were trapped in mud at the base of cliffs in Kent have been rescued.

The girls, 13 and 15, were trapped at the the base of the cliffs at Warden Bay, Isle of Sheppey, on Saturday.

The RNLI was called after Kent Fire and Rescue Service could not reach the pair.

They were eventually released and taken to an ambulance where they were assessed to be "frightened but unharmed".

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