Published: 08:30, 08 April 2014 |
Updated: 10:47, 08 April 2014
Two mothers have got stuck in mud on the Isle of Sheppey after rescuing their children.
The holidaymakers got into difficulties at Royal Oak Point at just after 6pm yesterday.
Coastguard crews, firefighters, police officers and paramedics were called to the scene near Oak Lane in Minster.
The women managed to free their children, but then became stuck themselves.
A Thames Coastguard spokesman said the pair freed themselves before crews arrived.
The group was given safety advice before being taken back to their holiday accommodation.
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