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Earlier, on Friday at 10pm, the TVLB was paged by the Coastguard to assist paramedics after a person suffered a head injury on a boat on the Tyne.
Peter Lilley, a captain with the TVLB whose team worked on the shore to spot the teenager, said: "She was unconscious and not breathing when she was found in the water and CPR was started straight away."
Peter Lilley, TVLB, said: "As the local coastal search and rescue team we spend a lot of time along our coastline - whether that be training, on safety patrols, or attending callouts - of which we receive around 120 a year.
The TVLB crew managed to find the youngster and safely led her to the lifeboat, which then took her ashore.
The call-out was one of four made to the TVLB within 17 hours across Friday night and Saturday morning.
TVLB captain Peter Lilley said: "We got a call from the police who were concerned about the safety of an 18-year-old female along the Whitley Bay coast.
Although the vehicle was above the high-water mark, TVLB members agreed to assist the driver and were able to move the car to the access ramp at the south end of the beach.
This bell usually hangs in the middle of the main hall in the TVLB Watch House.
A spokesperson for the TVLB said: "HM Coastguard paged the Brigade to respond to a 999 call reporting a woman in difficulty in the Tynemouth area.
The Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade (TVLB) was alerted to the emergency by the Coastguard and set off to help officers in the search.
Peter Lilley, TVLB captain, said: "There had been a 999 call from a man who had fallen on rocks just to the north of Browns Bay.
The Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade (TVLB) was called to the beauty spot on Monday following reports youths were jumping into the sea.
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