A man has died after he fell overboard a ferry in Sydney Harbour.
The incident unfolded about 7.30am on Thursday near Manly.
A major search operation involving the Port Authority and emergency services was launched to the find the man, who was pulled from the water a short time later.
A major search operation was launched on Thursday morning after a man fell overboard a ferry in Sydney Harbour
The tragic incident unfolded about 7.30am near Manly, with the Port Authority joining the search for the man
Paramedics performed CPR on the man but he could not be saved.
Police said the man’s death is not being treated as suspicious.
Some ferry services were cancelled as a result of the police operation but all other services were running on timr.
‘The 7.10 and 7.39 Rose Bay to Pyrmont Bay ferries have been cancelled due to a police operation,’ a Twitter post from Sydney Ferries said.
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The man’s body was later pulled from the water and paramedics performed CPR on him but he could not be saved