Published Monday, 02 September 2013
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The diver was one of two women reported missing off the Red Island headland in the Skerries on Sunday morning.
After a brief search of the area the Skerries RNLI found the two women close to a popular swimmers' location called the Springers.
One of the divers was assessed as in a serious condition and in need of "urgent medical assistance", the RNLI said.
The woman was suffering from severe hypothermia and jellyfish stings to the face and was described as in "a serious condition".
The Skerries Coast Guard and Dublin Fire Brigade were tasked to the area to help with the rescue operation.
The woman was then airlifted to Our Lady of Lourdes hospital in Drogheda by the Coast Guard.
Gerry Canning from the Skerries RNLI said: "This was a perfect example of how well our volunteers and all the other emergency services work together to ensure that casualties get the best possible care and in the quickest possible time."
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