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9/03/2019 @ 22.52 UTC Team tasked to an operation to refloat a 40ft cruiser which grounded earlier in the day.  Additional "eyes on" were required as this was a difficult operation fraught with complications.  Gorleston ILB were in attendance and were able to assist with the guiding, mooring and securing to the lay-by pontoons for an overnight stay, as tide was too high to pass under the Vauxhall Bridge.  Welfare checks carried out for the 2 POB.  #018/19

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11/03/2019 @ 09.43 UTC Team tasked to obtain a visual on a vessel that had reported they were struggling with the conditions on Breydon Water.  Our colleagues on the Gorleston ILB caught up with the vessel near post 61, and placed a crewman aboard who remained with the vessel until it reached the relative calm of the River Waveney, when he was recovered.  The vessel then continued unhindered by the weather towards St Olaves with Oulton Broad as its' ultimate destination.  #019/19

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Hemsby Lifeboat was paged last night at 1755 to reports of a vessel with a fouled prop at Oulton Dyke, the lifeboat was launched at Oulton Broad & proceeded to the casualty vessel. With the vessel not being tied up at a secure mooring the decision was taken to tow it a short distance to the Waveney River Centre, however one of the people from the casualty vessel slipped whilst attempting to get back onboard, falling into the river. One of the crew from Hemsby Lifeboat entered the water and helped the lady to the back of the vessel where the crew were then able to pull her onboard, a change of clothes and some blankets were used to keep her warm.

Concerned that the casualty may be suffering cold water shock the crew requested an ambulance. A towline was then prepared & both boats made their way to the Waveney River Centre where we were met by Lowestoft & Gorleston Coastguard teams and East of England Ambulance Service. The lady who fell in was discharged at scene once the paramedics had made their checks and were happy that no ill-effects had come from her submersion.

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24/03/2019, 15:43 UTC. Team tasked by Humber Coastguard to investigate a cruiser run aground on the River Waveney. The team carried out a welfare check until the Hemsby Lifeboat team came and towed the cruiser to safety. Also in attendance was our flank team HM Coastguard Lowestoft #025/19

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01/04/2019 @ 23:04 Team tasked by CGOC Humber to assist the Ambulance Service in the evacuation of a casualty from a vessel moored at St. Olaves.  Casualty was extricated from boat to the ambulance for transport to hospital, where we wish the casualty a speedy recovery.
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7/4/19, 16:35. Team paged by Humber Coastguard to an unwell person on a vessel on the River Chet. Our colleagues from Lowestoft were also in attendance. We supported the Ambulance Service with the casualty and ensured the vessel was moored securely. #031/19

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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged last night along with Winterton CRT to a Hire Vessel from Freedom Boats which had run aground on Rockland Broad with one person on board. The lifeboat was launched at the Norfolk Yacht Agency & proceeded to the location given, the casualty vessel was quickly located at the northern end of the broad stuck on a mud bank just 6 inches deep. After a brief discussion between the Coastguard & boat owners it was clear that the vessel should be made safe and then left for hightide when she could be more easily recovered. The person onboard was then transported back to the NYA by Hemsby Lifeboat to meet the boat owners & waiting Coastguard team.

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8/4/19, 18:38hrs. Team paged by Humber Coastguard to a person in the River Yare ( Gt Yarmouth ),Some quick thinking bystanders deployed a life buoy. We reassured the casualty and carried out a welfare check. The person was recovered safely by our colleagues from the RNLI. The Broads Authority were also in attendance. #32/19

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