A search is under way for a baby who fell overboard from a ferry.
The child and her mother fell into the water near Belfast as the Stena Line vessel arrived from Cairnryan in Dumfries and Galloway.
The woman was rescued and taken to hospital after the incident happened at around 6.10pm on Wednesday.
A search for her child is ongoing and Belfast Port has been closed while operations continue.
A spokesman for Northern Ireland Police said: "It was reported that two people fell into the water from a ferry. One person was rescued and was taken to hospital for treatment for suspected hypothermia.
"The search operation is ongoing for the second person, this is believed to be a young child."
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