On Sunday morning the search resumed for a 14-year-old girl who was reported missing the previous night. The girl took a swim with her father and sister at the Nes near Ameland, who lost her heart.
At around 10:30 PM, the father and daughter made a report and the local authorities launched a search.
For hours, five lifeboats from the Royal Dutch Rescue Society (KNRM) and a helicopter from the coastguard searched for the missing girl on Saturday night.
The search was halted at 3:00 am, but resumed at 5:30 am on Sunday morning at first daylight. A coastguard plane and two KNRM lifeboats will be deployed, a KNRM spokesperson told NU.nl.
According to the Frisian police, several police units are being searched on Sunday morning on the water, the beach, in the dunes and further surroundings, the service writes on Twitter.
On Saturday night, in addition to the police, islanders also helped with the search. At that time there were waves from one to one and a half meters high.
The search that started yesterday for the missing girl north of Buren @Ameland is back in full swing at 5:30 am. Several units are searched for, both on the water and on the beach, the dunes and the surrounding area.Avatar