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19th July 2021, tasked to a vessel aground along the River Bure with 2 POB.  Persons taken off from vessel by our colleagues of Gorleston Inshore Lifeboat.  Welfare checks conducted on the 2 persons and then transport to and overnight ashore accommodation arranged for them.  #131/21

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Looks like Sand Cougar from Sandersons, though it's difficult to be sure in that light.

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Jul-21-2021 @ 7:41 AM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 17.10 yesterday to Thorpe St Andrew Norwich, for a vulnerable male on board a vessel.
Also tasked Gorleston CRT and Hemsby Broads Rescue.
Teams stood down at 20.17.
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Jul-25-2021 @ 12:45 PM                           Permalink
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Hemsby Broads Rescue was called on the evening of Tuesday the 20th to a vulnerable male on the river Yare in Norwich, threatening to harm himself. After lengthy negotiations members of the crew along with the ambulance service were able to persuade the male to allow them to transport him across the river to the waiting ambulance for assessment. Also on scene were the Police, Bacton and Gorleston Coast Guard teams who also played an influential role during the assessment.

After the assessment the casualty was transported back to his vessel where the Police further assessed the situation and ensured that the local authorities were made aware of the needs of the casualty. Hemsby Broads Rescue were then stood down and returned to base.

On the following morning, the 21st, Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged again for the same casualty. This time he was in the water and not responding. Hemsby Broads Rescue was tasked to assist in the rescue and also to provide safety cover for the other units on scene, including Bacton and Gorleston Coastguard, the Police, Ambulance, Air Ambulance and Fire Service.

On arrival the casualty was already out of the water and being treated by the medical team. As soon as it was safe to do so the casualty was transported to hospital for further treatment. Hemsby Broads Rescue were stood down and returned to station to prepare for the next call for assistance.

Mental health continues to be a major concern and we all have a role to play in ensuring that the most vulnerable amongst us get the care and attention they need to protect themselves, the public and the emergency services. Our thanks to all involved and for those crew members who remained at the station to assist us with the post incident clean down.

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Aug-02-2021 @ 10:29 AM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 21.50 yesterday evening to Sutton Staithe, for a male who had a back injury after falling on a boat.
The team worked with the ambulance service to treat and stretcher the casualty off the boat and into the ambulance.
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Aug-05-2021 @ 6:43 PM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 22.57 last night to Hickling, for a 77 year old male who had fallen from a boat and hurt both legs.
Once on scene the casualty was back on the boat and had a knee injury.
The team assessed the male and it was decided he would rest it up for the night.
Team stood down at 02.30.
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Aug-06-2021 @ 11:40 AM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 08.21 to Somerton for a male on board a sail boat with chest pains.
Also tasked Hemsby Broads Rescue.
The location was very remote and thanks to a local farmer a slipway was created with his digger.
All teams worked with the ambulance service and the casualty was taken to hospital.
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Aug-07-2021 @ 11:56 AM                           Permalink
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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged yesterday morning to a male on board a moored sailing vessel suffering with suspected heart issues. To add to the complication the vessel did not have power due to a mechanical problem. Hemsby Broads Rescue arrived first on scene at Somerton Mill.

While the casualty was in good shape, there was clearly an issue that needed to be investigated. Members of the crew offered first aid assistance, while the rescue boat was launched so that we could tow the casualty vessel to a safe mooring, where the medical team could take over the casualties care.

Also on scene were Bacton and Gorleston Coastguard and the Ambulance Service. Special thanks go to local Farmer Paul Thain and his team who did not hesitate to offer the crew assistance with the launch as the Slipway close by was not available.

Once the casualty was safe with the ambulance service Hemsby Broads Rescued was stood down and the crew returned to base to start the preparations for our annual Lifeboat Day celebrations on Saturday evening and all day Sunday.

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Aug-12-2021 @ 2:36 PM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 09.04 this morning to Limekiln Dyke, off Barton Broad for a 69 year old female unwell on board a broads cruiser.
Also tasked Gorleston CRT and Hemsby Broads Rescue.
All teams worked together to locate the casualty and then work with the ambulance service and transfer her to an ambulance.
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