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Jun-11-2021 @ 8:01 AM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 23.18 yesterday to Ludham Bridge for a 70 year old female on board a broads cruiser with a suspected punctured lung.
Also tasked Winterton CRT.
The team worked with the ambulance service and carried her out of the vessel and then along the towpath to the ambulance.
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Jun-13-2021 @ 8:46 AM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 23.10 yesterday to Wayford Bridge for a man on board a broads cruiser with chest pains.
The team stretchered the casualty off the vessel and carried him to the ambulance.
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Jun-13-2021 @ 5:51 PM                           Permalink
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14.21 team tasked to How Hill for a male on a broads cruiser for a suspected stroke, after the ambulance service gave treatment the casualty decided to not go to hospital.
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Jun-16-2021 @ 5:07 AM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 22.51 to Irstead, to a female who had fallen from a broads cruiser and was still in the water.
Also tasked Winterton CRT and Hemsby Broads Rescue.
Hemsby Broads Rescue found the casualty in the water and took her back to Irstead Staithe where the Coastguard team gave casualty care, another person was treated for shock.
Once the ambulance arrived the casualty was taken to hospital.
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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged last night at 22:15 to reports of a woman in the water near Irstead on the River Ant. Also paged were Winterton and Bacton Coastguard teams. The woman had fallen from her cruiser and despite attempts to retrieve her from the river the other two occupants onboard were unable to recover her from the water.

While in transit to our selected launch point at Ludham Bridge, we were made aware that the condition of the casualty in the water had worsened, making it vital that we expedited the rescue. Hemsby Broads Rescue was quickly in the water and on scene. It was clear the casualty was struggling to stay afloat and remain fully conscious.

The rescue boat was manoeuvred to safely deposit two crew members to the casualty boat and with the remaining crew recover the casualty to the rescue boat. At this time, she was being prevented from drowning with the use of a life ring and rope held with some effort by one of the persons onboard the casualty vessel.

Once the casualty was out of the water crew administered immediate aid and transported the casualty to the RV point where the Coastguard teams assisted in the recovery of the casualty to a safe area on dryland and continued with the care of the casualty while the Ambulance team were on route.

Assisted by the coastguard, the casualty vessel with the other two persons on board was also relocated to the RV so that the occupants could be assessed and treated for mild shock. Once the casualties were in the care of the medical team, Hemsby Broads Rescue was stood down and retuned to base.

Our thanks to the local resident and fisherman who offered assistance at the RV and to the crew who remined at the station and assisted with the preparation of our equipment for the next emergency. The crew eventually returned home just before 3am this morning.

While we were pleased to see the use of the life ring to keep the casualty afloat it is so very important that lifejackets are worn at all times when on or near the water on the Norfolk Broads. There is no doubt that the wearing of lifejackets saves lives.

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Jun-18-2021 @ 1:36 PM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 8.30 this morning to Potter Heigham along with Winterton CRT to a female who had fallen into the water from a broads cruiser and hit her head.
The casualty was soon recovered from the water by Herbert Woods staff and after being checked over by the ambulance service it was decided she did not need hospital treatment.
All assets were stood down.
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Jun-19-2021 @ 12:43 PM                           Permalink
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Paged at 10.43 this morning to Ludham Bridge for a female who had fallen from a broads cruiser and broken her leg. Also tasked Winterton CRT.
The team worked with the ambulance service and carried her back to the ambulance where she was taken to hospital.
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Jun-20-2021 @ 9:37 AM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 04.37 this morning to Broads Edge Marina Stalham to a male with a medical problem.
Team worked with the ambulance service and helped him to the ambulance, where he was taken to hospital.
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21st June 2021,  Tasked along with our colleagues from Gorleston RNLI, to a Broad's cruiser which had become stuck under the Haven Bridge.  Gorleston ILB towed it clear and then towed it to the Great Yarmouth Yacht Station, where it was met by Gorleston CRT and Broads Authority personnel., where welfare checks were undertaken  on persons aboard the vessel.  #105/21

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Is the sign not big enough saying No Hire Boats Beyond this point!!!

Women dont nag they just
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You must know by now that signs are for the information of other people, surely? Smile

Regards, Ray.

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