A woman in her 30s has died after getting into difficulties at sea on the Norfolk Coast on Sunday.
Ambulances and a rescue helicopter were sent to the scene at Waxham after multiple 999 calls at around 5:30pm following reports that a woman was struggling in the sea.
She was pulled from the water and received treatment by paramedics before being taken to hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
A Norfolk Police spokesperson said: "Investigations are continuing after a woman died after getting into difficulties at Waxham on Sunday.
"Emergency services were called at around 5:30pm following reports of a woman struggling while in the sea."
Superintendent Jason Broome from Norfolk Police said: "Colleagues from Norfolk Coastguard and the East of England Ambulance Service assisted officers with the incident.
"A woman, aged in her 30s, was recovered from the water and she was sadly pronounced dead on arrival at hospital. Her death is being treated as unexplained but not suspicious.
"While enquiries are continuing to establish the exact circumstances leading up to the woman's death, this is a tragic situation and our condolences are with her family."
Last week, a father of seven died helping to save three of his children from drowning on Barmouth Beach in Gwynedd, north Wales, on Sunday.
Jonathan Stevens, 36, from Telford, Shropshire, was at the popular spot with three of his children when the youngsters began to struggle in the water after being caught in a riptide at lunchtime on Sunday.
He tried to pull the children, aged between 10 and 12, to safety but succumbed to the strong rip current himself.
A major rescue operation was launched, with a lifeboat and Coastguard rescue helicopter dispatched, and he was pulled from the water.
Stevens was given medical care at the scene before being airlifted to Ysbyty Gwynedd hospital, where he died.