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Hemsby Lifeboat was paged at 8:07pm last-night by Humber Coastguard to reports of a day-boat with 6 persons onboard (4 x children) experiencing engine issues. Our Broads Lifeboat was launched at Ludham Bridge and in the fading light the casualty vessel was quickly located. A tow-line was attached and the vessel was transported back to Ludham where Winterton Coastguard assisted in mooring up along-side. The Broads Lifeboat was then stood down.

Once again we would like to remind those enjoying the Norfolk Broads that the majority of those who drown in the UK never intended on entering the water, please keep safe and always wear a life jacket when on deck and mooring up.

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08/07/2019 Team tasked to Somerleyton Free Moorings to assist the Ambulance Service with a casualty extraction from a cruiser moored there.  Initial reports suggested that a 59 YO female had fallen into the river.  On arrival at scene we met up with a paramedic and gave assistance.  Person had not been in the water after all, but did require hospital treatment for a medical condition.  #071/19

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14/07/2019  Team tasked to conduct a search following report of a person missing in a dinghy for 2 hours on the River Bure.  Fortunately before the search was commenced; the would be casualty's whereabouts was established and the team stood down  .  #074/19

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Hemsby Lifeboat were paged at 21:50 last-night to reports of red distress flares being fired in the vicinity of Oulton Dyke. Our broads lifeboat was launched at the Water Sports Centre and proceeded to conduct a search to the Waveney River Centre where we met up with the Gorleston Coastguard Rescue Team. The crew were then requested to conduct a search to Castle Marsh, but again nothing was found. Shortly after it was deemed the area had been searched thoroughly so without any further flares to guide us, Hemsby Lifeboat and Gorleston CRT were stood down by Humber Coastguard. On returning to the lifeboat station, the crew were greeted by 5 of our newer crew who had stayed back until the early hours to help clean down, great team work, much appreciated!

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Hemsby Lifeboat were paged today at 5:15pm to a small open Broads cruiser that had suffered engine failure and subsequently drifted a fair distance into a shallow broad near Hickling. Our Lifeboat was launched at Cess Road, Martham and proceeded to the casualty vessel. Because of the shallow depth & reed beds the crew experienced difficulty in attaching a tow line but after a few attempts they were able to tow the vessel free. Once we could make their boat safe, the casualties (including a child) were taken onboard the lifeboat and delivered back to Cess Road, where they were met by Winterton Coast Guards who ensured the passengers were returned safely to their holiday cottage. We then returned back to the vessel and towed it to to the casualties holiday cottage. The crew were then stood down by HMCG. This was a technical rescue which tested the crew but it was a great outcome in the end. Many thanks to those who stayed back at our station to help with the wash-down and to Winterton Coast Guards for their support during the rescue. ??

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24/07/2019  Tasked to search for an overdue boat with 4 POB, thought to be between Oulton Dyke and the Waveney River Centre at Burgh Saint Peter.  Our Flank team of HM Coastguard Lowestoft and Hemsby Broads Rescue were also involved.  Boat was located and escorted back to the WRC by the Hemsby BR boat.  All persons were safe and well. #081/19

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25/07/2019  Team dispatched to the Marina Keys, to take charge of the nine persons and their dog landed by our colleagues from RNLI Gorleston.  A cruiser had grounded near Ashtree Farm on the R. Bure, and the persons were evacuated by the Inshore Lifeboat to a place of safety.  The vessel was refloated in the early hours by Everett Towing Services.  Persons were taken care of and welfare checks carried out by the team until the boatyards' minibus collected them.  #082/19

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08/08/2019  Team tasked to work in conjunction with our colleagues from the RNLI at Gorleston to locate vessel aground on the River Bure with 2 POB.  Once located the Gorleston ILB then towed the stricken vessel to the GY Yacht Station, where it was met by paramedics to check over the occupants, one had reportedly been in the water.  With a clean bill of health and vessel safely secured the team , ILB and ambulance service were all stood down.  #089/19

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11/08/2019 Team tasked to a vessel aground by post 13 on Breydon Water.  Persons taken off by Gorleston ILB and landed near the White Swan.  Welfare checks carried out and the vessel was later refloated.  #091/19

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14/08/2019 Team tasked to work alongside HM Coastguard Lowestoft  CRT in a search.  A member of the public reported an object he believed to be a body in the water, to the Harbour Master's Office ( Oulton broad ).  A search for a body was later called off when it became known that there were no reported persons missing.  A false alarm with good intent??  #095/19

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