A teenage girl died in hospital after suffering injuries in a boating accident.
The 15-year-old was aboard a coast that collided with a buoy at Southampton Water near Netley on Saturday morning.
A major emergency service response was dispatched to the incident, which took place around 10:10 a.m.
This included teams of coast guards, lifeboats, ambulances and police.
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Twelve people on board the ship were taken to hospital for treatment when ashore. The girl was declared dead in hospital.
An investigation was opened by the police, the coast guard and the Directorate of Marine Accident Investigation.
A Hampshire Police spokesperson said: “We are working alongside the Coast Guard and Marine Accident Investigation Division following a collision between a rigid inflatable and a buoy at Southampton Water near from Netley around 10:10 am Saturday morning.
“Twelve people on board were subsequently taken to hospital.
“Unfortunately, one of the passengers, a 15-year-old girl, was pronounced dead in hospital.
“The girl’s relatives have been informed and are being supported by specialist Hampshire Police officers.
“Investigations into the circumstances remain ongoing, and we ask anyone who witnessed the incident, or may have captured footage of it, to immediately contact police on 101, citing incident 554 from the police. today’s date.”
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The Coast Guard received several 999 and mayday calls following a collision involving a coast on Saturday morning.
The response included the independent lifeboat Hamble, Calshot RNLI and a crew from the Hill Head Coast Guard Rescue Team.
A spokeswoman for HM Coastguard said: “Three lifeboats, a Coast Guard rescue team and the ambulance service have all been called in to help.
“There were some injuries and the 12 people on board were taken ashore and placed in the care of the ambulance service. The Marine Accident Investigation Directorate has been informed.”
Independent lifeboat Hamble on duty coxswain Peter Brown said passing boats helped four victims in need of urgent medical attention out of the water.
Mr. Brown’s crew, which included a trained paramedic, were the first to arrive at the scene. They coordinated the response of emergency services, provided first aid and evacuated the injured in waiting ambulances.