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Thanks for that Steve, so not local,just bad luck it happened there and not elsewhere and cause was a simple engine falour in one boat with another boat attempting to assist. No drama edp must have been really desperate to fill the page, no wonder journalism gets a bad name.It was probably the most exciting thing to happen on their holliday and no doubt will be embellished by the time they go home to there next drill night. John

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23/10/18, 21:24hrs. Team paged by Humber Coastguard to reports of vessels encountering difficulties with the flooding tide at the Berney Arms. The team supported with the mooring of the vessels and offered safety advice to the persons on board. #144/18

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The crew were paged at 23:55 last night to reports of a male in the water at the Ferry Inn, Horning. Whilst enroute, details came in that the casualty had driven his car into the river, Hemsby Broads Lideboat was launched at Horning Sailing Club & proceeded to the Ferry Inn. The casualty had been helped out of the water by 2 members of the public, already on scene was NFRS who escorted him to the other side to the waiting Ambulance. It was unclear if there was anyone with the driver at the time of entering the water so Hemsby Lifeboat was tasked to conduct a search, after a while with nothing found the crew were cleared to stand down. Also in attendance was Winterton Coastguard & Norfolk Police.

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Team called out today to back-up Winterton CRT with a CASEVAC from a cruiser at Acle Bridge.  While attempting to moor up at the Acle Bridge Restaurant moorings, the gentleman slipped on the quay heading injuring his head.  The casualty was taken to hospital for treatment leaving his partner to cope with the vessel.  Not feeling confident enough to cruise the vessel back to the boatyard in Wroxham, it required more secure mooring until it could be collected by the boatyard.  Also attending this incident was:
Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust
The Broads Authority
Winterton Coastguard Rescue Team
plus ourselves Gorleston Coastguard Rescue Team
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https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/eyewitness-dramatic-rescue-man-thorpe-island-1-5807546?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social_Icon&utm_campaign=in_article_social_icons

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5/12/18. 12:23hrs. Team paged by #HumberCoastguard to reports of a person in the water near Acle road Bridge in Gt. Yarmouth. Working with other services the person was recovered from the river and taken into the care of the Ambulance service. #159/18.

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03/01/2019  Team tasked by Humber CGOC to investigate a report of an object washed up on the mud flats of Breydon Water at the Burgh Castle End.  Team members RV with first informant who directed them to the object.  Object is thought to be a Port Hand Top Marker from a Channel Marker.  #002/19

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Sunday 6 January 2019: Team tasked by Humber CGOC to an explosion on a vessel in Thorpe Saint Andrews.  Also in attendance Norfolk Fire & Rescue, Norfolk Police, East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust and Broads Authority Rangers.  The vessel caught fire and subsequently sunk.  Fortunately only one person slightly injured.  Casualty taken to hospital where we wish them a speedy recovery.  #004/19

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