The search for two people who find themselves missing after a fishing boat sank off the coast of East Sussex resumed on Sunday morning.
Two RNLI lifeboats and a helicopter have been despatched out on Saturday after the Joanna C despatched out a misery sign at round 6am.
One man was discovered clinging to a lifebuoy and was pulled from the water.
Authorities continued the search for the opposite two crew members till it was known as off at round 11pm.
The Joanna C is a 45ft scalloping vessel registered in Brixham. Its final identified location was three nautical miles off the coast of Seaford, close to Newhaven.
Chris Thomas, deputy director of HM Coastguard, stated: “HM Coastguard’s National Maritime Operations Centre has coordinated a serious rescue effort [on Saturday], with many items looking out tirelessly since first mild and discovering one casualty who has been recovered safely to hospital.
“Sadly, two different crewmen haven’t but been discovered and all our ideas are with their households and pals.
“It is testomony to the native maritime neighborhood that HM Coastguard have been so admirably supported all through the day by close by vessels and the native fishing communities who joined us in drive and made strenuous efforts to find their colleagues through the search.
“At one level, Coastguard coordinators described monitoring 14 vessels protecting the search plan space together with the two RNLI all climate lifeboats at sea.”