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Mother's praise after toddler pulled from Watchet Harbour

The mother of a baby who was saved after his pushchair was swept into a harbour in Somerset has been speaking about her gratitude to those who rescued him.

Sam Cooper-Stevens, who is six months old, was blown into the water at Watchet Harbour, on Sunday.

He was pulled out of the water by the harbour master, George Reeder, and then a local nurse, Tanya Allen, resuscitated the child.

Sam's mother, Kate Cooper, said she had feared the worst.

  • 30 Jan 2013
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