Divers in Jersey have been warned to take extra care as a medical facility in the island has been closed.
The hyperbaric chamber at the harbour was used to treat divers suffering from the bends, a form of embolism which happens when nitrogen bubbles form in the blood vessels.
It can occur when a scuba diver spends too long underwater, surfaces too quickly or holds their breath as they come up.
Ports of Jersey say they have been told by operators the site is now permanently out of action. The nearest facility is in Guernsey, and divers have been told to factor this into their plans when they carry out their risk assessments.