Edinburgh emergency services race to shore as RNLI and police attend to 'major incident'

Locals saw police and RNLI crews raced to the scene
-Credit: (Image: Fife Jammer Locations)

Emergency services in Edinburgh raced to the shoreline on Monday evening during a "major incident".

Police and RNLI crews were seen at South Queensferry at around 8.30pm.

The nature of the incident is not currently known.

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RNLI crews were on the scene
RNLI crews were on the scene -Credit:Fife Jammer Locations

Fife Jammer Locations said: "Major incident in South Queensferry under the Forth Rail bridge. RNLI, Ambulances and police on jetty.

"Could be related to the cruise boat docked off in the area."

Police Scotland and the RNLI have been approached for comment.

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