Two divers have been taken to hospital after being rescued from the Firth of Forth.
The coastguard were called just after 5.30pm on Tuesday after a diving group reported members of their party had failed to resurface.
Lifeboat crews from North Berwick, Anstruther and Dunbar were assisted by a helicopter from RAF Boulmer.
Both divers were taken to North Berwick by helicopter before an ambulance transferred them to hospital.
A coastguard spokesman said: "The area the divers were lost in was so vast that we needed as many people searching as possible.
"Thankfully the men were spotted by a Dunbar lifeboat around 6.20pm and a paramedic dropped down from RAF Boulmer to treat them.
"It was decided that the men did not need immediate hospital treatment so they were transported to North Berwick by helicopter and were met by an ambulance, rather than flying directly to hospital."
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