Woman dies in Anglesey beach tragedy – North Wales Live

Police, coastguard helicopter and air ambulance were called to the incident at Porth Tyn Tywyn, near Rhosneigr in a bid to save the woman
A woman collapsed and died on a beach yesterday. There was a huge emergency response to the incident at Porth Tyn Tywyn, near Rhosneigr, Anglesey.
A HM coastguard helicopter, the Wales Air Ambulance and North Wales Police rushed to the scene. Efforts were made to save the woman, who has not been identified, but sadly she was pronounced dead on the beach. Police said there were no suspicious circumstance.
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A force spokesperson added: "At 1.45pm yesterday (Wednesday, January 25th) we were called to a report of a woman who had collapsed at Tyn Tywyn beach, Anglesey.
"Despite the best efforts of medical staff to revive her, she was sadly pronounced deceased at scene. The death is not being treated as suspicious and her next of kin and the coroner’s office has been informed."
Yesterday a Welsh Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We received a call at 1:45pm to an incident in Rhosneigr. We attended with two emergency ambulances, one rapid response ambulance and were supported by Wales Air Ambulance.
"We have since left the scene, and any further details will need to be discussed with North Wales Police."
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