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12/09/2020 Tasked to Saint Benet's Abbey along with HM Coastguard Winterton CRT. To investigate the sighting of what was believed to be Distress Flares,  At scene liaised with Broads Beat and jointly investigated,  The conclusion arrived at was that the smoke that had been reported actually came from an aircraft conducting aerobatics and using smoke.  #149/20

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09/09/2020 Called to assiat ambulance service with the extraction from a day boat moored at Thurne Staithe.  A female had sustained a knee injury and required extraction from the vessel to the ambulance.  Backed up by HM Coastguard Bacton CRT. #147/20

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Team paged at 14.57 to Horning where a lady had fallen on a boat and hurt her shoulder.
On arrival team administered first aid and helped her to the ambulance.
Also tasked Winterton CRT and Gorleston CRT.
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Oct-11-2020 @ 7:50 AM                           Permalink
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A question for you, please:
Why are the full lifeboat complement called out to situations where the boats appear to be in accessible places?


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Oct-14-2020 @ 4:54 PM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 01.30 this morning to a 77 year old man on board a broads cruiser with breathing difficulties.
Also tasked Winterton CRT.
Once on scene the ambulance service did an assessment and decided the man did not need hospital treatment.
Teams stood down and returned to station at 03.30.
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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged by Humber Coastguard this afternoon to assist the Ambulance Service with the evacuation of a female who had an open fracture to her lower leg after falling while alighting her vessel near Ludham. The injury was serious enough to warrant assistance from the Air Ambulance and medical team.

Hemsby Broads Rescue launched our vessel to offer extraction alternatives due to the ground conditions and distance from the land ambulance. Also, on scene were Gorleston and Winterton Coastguard teams.

Due to the severity of the injury, it was decided evacuation by air was the safest option. All agencies on scene combined to carry the casualty by stretcher to the waiting Air Ambulance for onward transportation to N&N.

Our thanks to all those involved for a seamless and efficient evacuation. Thanks also to the crew members who remained at the station on standby and to help with the post-emergency administration. Our best wished to the casualty and her family.

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Hi
Like coot_too i'd be very interested to know why these often very minor incidents require a call out of the coastguard.
The incident at Horning last Saturday was attended by 2 ambulances and at least 2 coastguard vehicles maybe 3. After some time an ambulance and coastguard did leave but must have been there at least 30 mins.

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Re the query why Hemsby' paged by the Coastguard perhaps because the person in need of help is either in a vessel on water or near and only/most easily accessible by water? And sometime it does need the all avenues approach to ensure the best outcome even if one of the services isn't needed in the end. The benefit of hindsight is no good when it's too late...

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Two men and a dog rescued as boat capsized at rockland st Mary today
https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/new-inn-rockland-boat-capsize-rescue-1-6897782

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27/09/20 Team tasked again with flank team of HM Coastguard Winterton CRT to assist the ambulance service with an extraction from a cruiser at Stokesby Ferry Inn moorings. A second person had become a casualty from another vessel, due to the slippery conditions there on the day.#169/20

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