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Sunday 10th February 2019 at 11.23, Waveney River Centre, Burgh St Peter Staithe. The team were paged along with Lowestoft CRT to assist in the search for a vessel thought to be in trouble around the Waveney River Centre. Suffolk Fire & Rescue Service, Norfolk Police, East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust and their HART team from Royston, Hertfordshire were also in attendance.
The initial call came in from a member of the public who had seen a vessel with its sail in the water and a single person onboard calling for help. Suffolk Fire launched their Flood Boat searched thoroughly from Beccles to Oulton Dyke for the vessel. Nothing was found and it’s believed they made their way to safety.  #009/19

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It has been said elsewhere that this was a hoax callout and not the first in recent times. Frown

if it is to be it is up to me.

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Hemsby Broads Lifeboat paged today at 11:50am to reports of a black Labrador swimming on Candle Dyke alone.
Broads lifeboat proceeded to the location where the first informant was waiting for our arrival, once on scene updated information was the dog had gone into the weeds. Under difficult conditions 2 crew members proceeded through the weeds to try to locate the dog however the dog was later found safe and well. Broads lifeboat stood down and returned to station.

Second call came in today at 17:30. Broads Lifeboat requested by Humber Coastguard to proceed to Potter Heigham to reports of a pregnant woman suffering from back pains. Lifeboat arrived on scene with East of England Ambulance Service and Winterton Coastguard. Casualty was taken onboard the broads lifeboat and brought back to Potter Heigham for awaiting ambulance. Broads lifeboat stood down and returned to station.

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20/02/2019 @ 11.24 UTC Team tasked by CGOC Humber to assist with the location and recovery of a broken down vessel near Cantley.  RV at scene along with Hemsby Broads Rescue, who quickly recovered a cruiser and it's tender around half a mile west of the "Reedcutter" Pub in Cantley.  team assisted with the mooring and securing alongside at the Free Moorings then conducted welfare checks on the one POB and his dog.  Both were uninjured and in good health.  #011/19

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Just wanted to thank you Steve for posting these. I find them very interesting and wanted you to know I do not take their transmission for granted.

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I find it strange that the charity funded rescue services get used to recover broken down vessels on inland water, I know it can get worse quickly if people try to leap for the bank and such but surely it would be better for CG to contact broads control to assist.
Most of us would call a breakdown service or flag down a passing boat and buy them a beer aferwards.

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23/02/2019 @ 06.11 UTC Tasked by Humber CGOC to investigate a report of a vessel aground and listing at Cantley.  Three persons had left vessel and were ashore being cared for by the local publican.  Welfare checks on persons, damage checks to vessel and any pollution that may have occurred.  All was found to be OK and no further action required by the team.  #013/19
( thank you David h , for your kind words , much appreciated)

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9/03/2019 @ 12.49 UTC, Team tasked to a grounded cruiser on the Breydon Water.  Initially said to have no communication with CGOC.  At scene RV with Broads Authority to investigate.  Gorleston ILB was on scene but unable to get close enough to be able to assist.  In the meantime persons onboard were able to make contact with CGOC Humber.  #017/19

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