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29/09/20 Team tasked to South Walsham to assist the ambulance service with a casualty extraction from a vessel.  This operation was carried out alongside Hemsby Broads Rescue and Winterton CRT, to get the casualty from the vessel and to the ambulance. #170/20

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05/10/20 Team dispatched along with Lowestoft CRT to the Beauchamp Arms near Langley, to assist the ambulance service with a casualty extraction from a cruiser moored there.  Casualty was extracted and taken to the ambulance for conveyance to hospital for treatment.  #174/20

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02/10/20 Team tasked to join Winterton CRT for s vessel stuck under the bridge at Potter Heigham.  No persons were injured in the incident and the vessel was released in quick time to await the tide. #173/20

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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged by Humber coastguard last night at 21:51 after receiving a 999 call from three persons stranded on a leisure craft that had run aground between Reedham Ferry and the Berney Arms. Gorleston Coastguard joined us to coordinate the operation.

Humber was able to use the signal from the mobile phone used to make the emergency call to provide an accurate six-figure grid reference.

Hemsby Broads Rescue affected a tricky launch from Reedham Ferry, due to the high-tide and flooding and made their way to the stricken vessel. It was immediately clear that the chances of releasing the vessel was going to be a challenge, due to the severity of the grounding.

Nonetheless, the crew, after boarding the vessel and ensuring the occupants were safe and well, made a number of attempts to pull the vessel to re-float her. Eventually, it was decided between the Coastguard and Hemsby Broads Rescue that due to the tide times and the condition of the occupants that the vessel should wait for recovery until the morning.

The Crew of Broads Rescue assisted in ensuring the vessel was secured by its Mud Anchor ready for recovery and that the occupants were safe and happy to remain on board and then returned to Cantley for an easier recovery and returned to base.

What lies beneath the surface of the water can be both deceiving and dangerous and care should be taken to wear lifejackets and obey the rules of the waterways staying clear of markers indicating shallow water.

Our thanks to all the crew who turned out for this operation that went on into the early hours of the morning, including those who remained at the station on standby and helped with the post-operation clean down.

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Nov-17-2020 @ 6:09 AM                           Permalink
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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged tonight at 2041 to assist the Police and Fire Service in the search for a vulnerable female who had walked into the water near Staithe Way in Wroxham. Also on scene with the Police and Fire Service were Bacton Coastguard team and the Ambulance service.

Hemsby Broads Rescue was tasked to assist with the search and rescue operation in conjunction with the Fire Service Boat. After approximately thirty minutes searching the local area the casualty was spotted clinging to an overhanging tree in deep water with only her head and arm visible.

The rescue boat was manoeuvred bow onto the tree where two members of the crew took control of the casualty and carefully moved her while in the water to the starboard side, while the boat was reversed away from the tree.

The casualty, who was cold shivering and showing mild signs of hypothermia was taken onboard by the rescue team and wrapped up in foil and other blankets to restore heat, while the rescue boat returned to their launch point where the ambulance was waiting. After handing the casualty over to the care of the Ambulance crew, the rescue boat was recovered, and the crew returned to the station to complete the wash-down and prepare the equipment for the next emergency call.

Mental health in these difficult times is a constant concern and we should make the effort to look after those who we know to be vulnerable. Sometimes all it takes a kind word or two. Stay safe from all at Hemsby Lifeboat.

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Nov-22-2020 @ 11:55 AM                           Permalink
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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged last night at 2151 to assist the Police and Ambulance service to recover a female who had entered the water at Wroxham and was in some difficulty. Also paged were Bacton and Winterton Coastguard teams.

The crew responded quickly and were only a few minutes from the rendezvous point with the other emergency services on scene; when we got the message that the casualty had been successfully pulled from the water and was in the safe custody of the medical team. Humber Coastguard, therefore, stood our crew down and we returned to the boathouse to wash down and prepare for the next emergency.

We were pleased to hear the casualty was safely in the custody of the medics and wish her well. It is our hope that she gets the assistance she requires. Thanks to the crew who remained at the station to assist us with the post-call-out administration.

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If this is the same lady as rescued earlier in the month at Wroxham , there is something wrong here.   I know Covid is about but mental health matters do not go into furlough.    I feel for this person's family at this time.  She needs help.

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Thank you monica for your kind words , but fully agree with you, if the same lady ,lets hope she gets the help she deserves along with the family ,

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If memory serves, there were also other similar incidents involving a lady at Wroxham a year or two back. Truly awful if this is a recurrence involving the same lady, who sadly may not even have any family or anyone in the area.

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That is very true Karen and probably part of the problem if she has no immediate family.   I know families can be a pain in the neck at times but you do need your folks especially at difficult times.

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