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Hemsby lifeboat shout ,
" Hemsby Broads Lifeboat was paged at 17:15 today by HM Coastguard to reports of a female casualty who had fallen on the foot-path at Clippesby Mill. The Broads lifeboat was launched at Thurne & proceeded to Clippesby Mill to search for the casualty. After a short while HMCG provided further details & the lifeboat was tasked to search the St Bennett Abbey area, however once on scene Hemsby Lifeboat was stood down, the casualty had been located & our services were no longer required. Also in attendance: EEAS & Winterton CRT."

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Hemsby Lifeboat were paged by HMCG at 18:28 yesterday to reports of a 57 year old female who had fallen on-board a vessel sustaining head injuries somewhere on Salhouse Broad. whilst on route, more information come through that the vessel was moored along the bank, so the decision was taken not to launch the lifeboat but to drive directly to the broad. On arrival, the vessel was identified & casualty assessed, made comfortable & first aid was administered. The vessel was then relocated by the hire company to Wroxham to ease the transfer to hospital. Also in attendance was Winterton CRT.

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Hemsby Lifeboat was paged at 21:15 yesterday by HM Coastguard to reports of an unwell 84 year-old known to have existing health conditions who was located at a bungalow difficult to access by road between Martham & Potter Heigham. The Lifeboat was launched at Cess Road where the crew were met by Winterton CRT, the ambulance service were already on scene. The casualty was transported via Lifeboat back to Cess road to an awaiting ambulance & the crew were then stood down. As usual, thanks to our boat crew for their fast turn-out and to the team who stayed back to help wash-down after. Lifeboat was refuelled & back on service at 22:50.

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19/04/18 @ 14:57 BST.  Tasked to investigate a report of a small vessel with 6 youths aboard was seen cruising up and down in the busy port area.  Tasked to locate and stop to dispense safety advice.  Port area was searched as best we could due to the myriad blocked access points to the river.  Particular concentration at the Haven and Breydon Bridges was also undertaken as the report suggested that the vessel was heading towards the former of the two.  Unfortunately they evaded our potential interception but at least cleared the port area and its associated dangers for small craft.  #033/18

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Sunday 22nd April 04:00hrs

Paged by Humber Coastguard to assist East Anglia Ambulance Service to evacuate a casualty who was suffering from chest pains onboard a vessel at Deep-Go Dyke. Hemsby Broads Lifeboat launched at Cess Road Martham and proceeded to the vessel. The casualty was then taken to Hickling to awaiting ambulance. Winterton Coastguard were also on scene helping to recover casualty to Ambulance.
Great team work for all involved thank you to Humber Coastguard for coordinating.

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23/04/18 10:49 BST  Team responded to reports of Person In the Water near Haven Bridge.  Tasked to Rendezvous with an Ambulance at scene.  Recovery and transportation to hospital was such that the team was stood-down and Returned to Station soon after the tasking came through.  #035/18

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Remember to always wear your life jacket.
If you get into difficulties whilst you are on the broads or at sea dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard.
If any boat companies require stickers just like the one below, please email coxswain@hemsbylifeboat.co.uk

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30/04/18 @ 06:48 BST.  Team tasked by Humber CGOC to reports of a vessel adrift in the river Yare.  Our colleagues on the Gorleston ILB intercepted the loose vessel near the Tug Goliath moored on South Quay.  Team rendezvoused with the ILB at scene and assisted with the mooring and securing of vessel as best as available lines would permit.  We were informed that the Broads Authority's "Spirit of Breydon" would exchange the lines later in the day, while the crew of the Tug agreed to keep vigil on the vessel.  #038/18

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Hemsby Lifeboat was paged by Humber Coastguard at 1847 lastnight to reports of a 20 foot cruiser which had lost power and was taking on water located somewhere on the river Waveney between North-Cove & Worlingham. The Broads Lifeboat crew proceeded to launch at the Waveney River Center & quickly identified the casualty vessel which had since been able to regain power allowing them to activate their bilge pump (although unable to inform the emergency services due to lack of mobile phone battery). HMCG requested the Broads Lifeboat to travel with the cruiser to Oulton Broad as one of the casualties was diabetic & overdue insulin. The crew met with Lowestoft Coastguard who conducted a welfare check on the vessels occupants, the Lifeboat was then stood down. Also in attendance was Lowestoft CRT, SFRS, EEAST & HART. As always, a massive thanks to the crew, including support crew who stayed back to help wash down.0

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