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Jun-22-2021 @ 11:33 AM                           Permalink
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I do get that Keith and fully understand that it's a brief factual report without blame or back story. But the words drifting or engine failure are relevant and so easily added. In my opinion. Especially when many boaters are concerned with the increase in first time hirers and some serious incidents. It's good to have the full story on this one.

I refuse to participate  in the many Facebook groups for boating on the Broads, precisely because of the many ridiculous contributions and attacks that you mention  At least here we do mostly get a balanced discussion.

Take care all , Karen  Wink

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We always try to arrive atYarmouth at low water,having worked in that area for many years I always dread having any problems and drifting towards haven bridge,mind you if everyone did that it would be chaos I guess.
Adrian.

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Jun-22-2021 @ 2:06 PM                           Permalink
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Oh heck - I think I must say something here, starting with an apology to the crew on the Challenger.   I was under the impression they had gone down towards the Sea and got stuck under the bridge.    So will you forgive me and others.      Now we see the bigger picture.   Not a situation any of us would like to be found in.

However saying that the report does refer to 'a yacht'
The old Flappy brigade will be most upset if we have all been upgraded to be 'yachts'.


ILB ‘Pride of Leicester’ was tasked by Humber coastguard to assist a yacht which had lost engine power and drifted under the Haven bridge with persons onboard.

Hello Keith,  long time no hear from.   Hope you are keeping well.





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Team paged at 16.12 this afternoon to South Walsham broad to a female on board a broads cruiser in anaphylatic shock.
Also tasked Gorleston CRT and Hemsby Broads Rescue.
The casualty was located by Hemsby Broads Rescue who transported a HART paramedic to assist the casualty.
The casualty was then taken back to the RV point and taken by ambulance to hospital.
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Jul-02-2021 @ 8:33 AM                           Permalink
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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged at 20:58 last night by Humber Coastguard to assist with the evacuation of a family of six who were in harm’s way due their hire vessel running aground just east of Reedham.

Due to tidal conditions and the position of the vessel it was not possible to either recover the vessel or leave the family on board. Three crew members were put onboard the casualty vessel to provide care and safety advice to the family. The remaining crew manned the rescue boat and ferried the family, three at a time, back to the Reedham RV point. The family were met by a member of Gorleston Coastguard who were also on scene at the RV and monitoring the casualty vessel. The family once reunited arranged transport to Acle where they were to spend the remainder of the night.

Once all six members of the family were safely evacuated the crew on board the vessel secured it ready for recovery by the hire firm at high tide and were picked up by the rescue boat and stood down. Our thanks to Gorleston Coastguard for their assistance and the crew both on the boat and at the RV point for a well-executed operation. Hemsby Broads Rescue returned to base in the early hours and prepared the equipment for the next call.

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Run aground at some speed, by the look if it.
https://www.facebook.com/Hemsby-Lifeboat-161913407228596/videos/241681077457525/?extid=NS-UNK-UNK-UNK-IOS_GK0T-GK1C

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Team paged at 14.21 to Wroxham to a female who had fallen from a broads cruiser.
A NARS first responder was already with the casualty, the team worked with the ambulance service and broads authority to plan the best method of extraction, in a very busy location where lots of boats are moored up and parked vehicles.
The team carried the casualty out using a stretcher to the awaiting ambulance.
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Team paged along with Winterton CRT at  14.13.

Tasked to 72 year old female with a broken ankle at Coltishall.
The team had to walk 3/4 mile to locate the casualty who was laying in mud and water. Due to the very remote location, it was decided the a helicopter would be the safest method of extraction, Rescue 163 was tasked.
The casualty was winched up and taken to the awaiting ambulance.
All teams stood down.
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Paged at 11.27 this morning along with Winterton CRT and Cromer CRT to the Kings Head at Hoveton, for a female who had fallen on a broads cruiser.
After checking the casualty over, it was decided she did not need an ambulance and all teams stood down.
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