The search has resumed for a baby missing after falling from a ferry in Northern Ireland.
A woman and the child plunged from the Stena Line boat as it made its way into Belfast port from Cairnryan on Scotland's western coast on Wednesday night.
A major air and sea search resumed on Thursday morning at 6am.
The woman was rescued and taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast for treatment, where she is stable. She was recovered by a pilot boat 15 minutes after the alarm was raised.
The incident happened in Belfast Lough close to Holywood, County Down, at around 6.10pm on a busy shipping route for passengers and freight between Northern Ireland and Scotland.
John McPoland, a spokesman for the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service, said two ambulance crews treated her.
He said: "She had been in the water for a while so you can understand that with the coldness of the water she would have been hypothermic."
Agencies, including the police helicopter, the Irish Coastguard and the RNLI have been involved in the search for the baby.
Police Service of Northern Ireland officers boarded the ferry, which is docked in Belfast Port.
A PSNI spokesman confirmed the search for the missing child was ongoing and had resumed at 6am on Thursday.
All Stena Line sailings to and from Belfast have been cancelled and Belfast Port has been closed.
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