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Hi Steve
Hope you meant 26 sept as life is confusing enough at the moment.
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Nope it was the 6th of September as posted by the coast guard, as said a few posts back , for some unknown reason, HM gorleston coastguard are posting up incidents weeks after there happened, unlike hemsby inshore lifeboat who post up incidents within 24hrs of it happening,

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Hemsby Broads Rescue was called out this evening within minutes of a welcome visit from a team from Humber Coastguard HQ. They had spent the day visiting many of the Norfolk Based RNLI and Independent stations. It was a welcome visit to the Hemsby Lifeboat Station giving Humber a much better understanding of our assets and training procedures.

Within minutes of the Humber team departing to our good friends at Caister Lifeboat, we were paged by the duty watch at Humber. We were tasked to assist in the evacuation of a female casualty who had stumbled while alighting a leisure cruiser, located on the island moorings at Malthouse Broad. The lady had sustained a painful injury to her knee that prevented her from moving from the ground outside the cruiser hired by her and her husband.

Also on scene were Winterton and Gorleston coastguard teams. Winterton designed an extraction plan with Humber and briefed our crew. The husband and wife were safely evacuated by the crew, with assistance from Winterton to the rescue boat. We then departed from the island to the main moorings. Abley assisted by the remainder of Winterton and Gorleston coastguard teams the casualty was stretchered to shelter in The Maltsters to wait for the Ambulance.

Our thanks go out to the Staff of The Maltsters who helped to make the area comfortable for the casualty and also supplied complimentary refreshments for Crew and Coastguard teams, tea, coffee and coca-cola.  On arrival of the Ambulance, the paramedics were briefed by the Coastguard teams and Hemsby were released to return to base, where we were greeted by the rest of our crew to assist with clean-down ready for the next call.

Thanks again to Winterton, Gorleston Coastguard and the Ambulance service for a smooth, professional and well-executed operation.

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10/09/2019 Team tasked to a sighting of a person thought to be in the water by the Breydon Bridge.  A passing motorist reported seeing a person step over the barrier by the side of the bridge.  The team working with police officers quickly established that a person had used the steps and path that lead to ASDA.  No persons were in the water and so was deemed to be a false alarm with good intent.  In addition to ourselves, our colleagues from Gorleston ILB were on scene and back up from our flank team of Winterton CRT were called to readiness.  #115/19

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30/09/2019  Called to investigate and assist with a vessel that had become hooked up on a quay heading by a falling tide.  A cruiser with 4 persons on board, also attended by our colleagues from Gorleston ILB.  #118/19

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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged this evening by Humber Coastguard to assist in the evacuation of a male who had sustained severe burns to his hand while onboard a cruiser North of Ludham Bridge. Winterton Coastguard Team were also on scene to coordinate the operation.

Once on scene the casualty was assessed and treated by members of the crew and the decision was taken to leave the casualty and the other occupant onboard their craft and take it under tow to a safe mooring at Ludham Bridge.

Winterton CGT assisted with the mooring and ensured the casualty and another occupant were safely transferred to a private vehicle for onward transit to the local hospital for treatment. Hemsby Broads Rescue was then stood down and returned to base to washdown and prepare for service again.

Our thanks to the crew both on the job and those that manned the station for our return and of course to the Winterton Coast Guard Team for their coordination and assistance with the task.

Great care is needed when operating liquid fuel heaters on board boats to avoid the risk of fire and potentially serious injury. Stay safe on the Norfolk Broads.

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30/09/2019 Salhouse Broad.  Tasked alongside Winterton CRT and Hemsby Broads Rescue in the extraction of a female from the Island Moorings on the Broad.  Special thanks are due to the people of the "Malsters" Public House for their kind assistance in helping to keep the casualty warm and comfortable until the ambulance arrived.  #119/19

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They surely mean Malthouse Broad?!

Good job they didn't get it wrong on the night...

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Probably correct as a small section of the moorings those between the 2 entrances are commonly know as the island moorings.

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quote:"......
Probably correct as a small section of the moorings those between the 2 entrances are commonly know as the island moorings
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Bloomin' long way from the Maltster's pub though.  Wink

Steve. CM1 and NR12

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