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Yes Steve - that was my point.

Salhouse to Ranworth with a casualty. Why would they ?

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Oh and I perhaps should have mentioned in my first post that I assumed the report was in relation to the incident further back up this thread, added the day after the actual incident , and occurring on the island moorings at Ranworth. Unless of course two very similar but entirely separate incidents occurred , in which case I will stand corrected.

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Bloomin' long way from the Maltster's pub though.  Wink
                    


I agree,  you would have to be pretty desperate for a drink to walk that far.   I suspect if was a typo.

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01/10/19  Team tasked to Burgh Castle, where it was reported that two persons had entered the water.  At the scene, the persons were found to have been recovered to the Fishermans Arms, where they were being treated by paramedics.  After welfare checks with paramedics and on the person's dog aboard the vessel, the team established that they would be taken care of overnight and were subsequently stood down.  We wish to thank the management of the Fishermans Arms for their kind assistance. #120/19

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06/10/2019 Team tasked to a grounded vessel on the ASDA corner of Breydon Water, 4 persons onboard taken to the yacht station by our colleagues of the Gorleston ILB.  #122/19

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08/10/2019 Team tasked to investigate a report of a possible vessel aground or sinking on the Breydon Water close to post 10.  It transpired that a cruiser had illegally moored up to the post, and was subsequently dealt with by the Broads Authority Rangers.  #123/19

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16/10/2019 Tasked to a report of a vessel on Breydon Water said to be not making way and possibly in difficulty.  Searched for any vessel that may have fitted that description but none was found.  False alarm with good intent.  #126/19

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30/10/2019  Team alerted to a vessel aground by post 14.  Our colleagues from Gorleston ILB towed vessel clear and escorted it to the pontoon at ASDA corner of Breydon Water where the Bure meets.  Two persons on board reported to be without any welfare issues.  #135/19

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Hemsby Broads Rescue were paged this evening at 21:23 after a request for assistance from the Fire Service in Norwich.

A male had apparently been pushed into the river at around 20:30 and the Fire Service required assistance with the search. Winterton Coastguard were also requested to assist with communications.

On arrival in Norwich the Fire Service confirmed that the male was in fact safe and well at home and so Hemsby Broads Rescue were stood down and returned to station.

Our thanks to all involved in the incident and also to our crew who made it to the station to assist with incident and wash-down.

At this time of year extra care is required on our Broads and Rivers. As calm as it may look the water temperature can soon place you in real danger very quickly. This risk is significantly increased if you don’t have the appropriate safety equipment.  Stay safe and think twice before getting too close to the water.

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9/11/2019 Tasked to a report of a 30/40ft yacht seen near ASDA corner of Breydon, said to be broken down.  We RV'd with our colleagues of Gorleston Lifeboat and Rangers from the Broads Authority at the Yacht Station, where the vessel had been taken.  Persons on board were found to be well and that the vessel was experiencing engine problems. #138/19

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