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Sep-04-2021 @ 7:30 PM                           Permalink
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Tasked this morning by Humber for second job of the day to assist the Gorleston ILB and Broads Rangers with a hire cruiser which had run aground on Breydon Water.
The ILB transferred the passengers from the vessel over to the 'Spirit of Breydon' as the tide was falling quite quickly, and were then taken to Yarmouth Yacht Station to be met by ourselves.

All persons on board were safe and well.

*if you see anyone in trouble on the coast or Broards please call 999 and ask for Coastguard.

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Sep-07-2021 @ 8:59 PM                           Permalink
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It has been a busy week for Hemsby Lifeboat and in particular our Broads Rescue Boat. We were requested by Humber on the 1st of September at 15:50 to an 85-year-old female, who had fallen into the water at Mill Road in Stalham. Whilst we were on route we got the best news possible. The casualty was out of the water and in safe hands and so we were stood down on route and retuned to base.

On September the 4th at 13:58 we were tasked by Humber coastguard to assist an elderly man who had fallen from his vessel and had a suspected broken arm at Thurne. We were pleased to be informed while on route that the casualty was being looked after by the emergency services on scene and so we were stood down and returned to base.

On September the 5th at 23:43 Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged by Humber Coastguard to assist Bacton CGT with a vulnerable male onboard a vessel at Sutton Staithe. Also on scene were the Fire service and Ambulance.

We launched to offer support if needed while the Coastguard team talked to the casualty and escorted him safely to the waiting medical team. Hemsby Broads Rescue were then stood down at around 02:00 and retuned to base to clean down in and prepare for the next emergency call.

Finally, to bring you up to date Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged today, the 7th of September at 11:15 to assist Lowestoft and Gorleston Coastguard teams with the recovery of a pleasure cruiser that had become stuck under the bridge at St Olaves. Members of the boatyard that owned the vessel were also contacted to assist on scene.

Hemsby Broads Rescue transported the engineers with a pump and ballast drums to the vessel where the ballast drums were filled from the river to lower the vessel in the water enough to extricate it from the bridge. Once the vessel and persons on board were safe Hemsby Broads Rescue stood down and returned to base to prepare for the next call.

Our thanks to the Coastguard on scene and to our crew for their hard work during and post each of these incidents.

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Sep-07-2021 @ 9:04 PM                           Permalink
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Tasked today to St Olaves Bridge along with our flank team Lowestoft CRT and Hemsby Lifeboat .

A hire cruiser had got wedged under the bridge at St Olaves.
Hemsby Broads Rescue assisted the crew from Richardsons to lower the cruiser with water barrels just enough to come free.

All persons on board were safe and well.

*If you see anyone in trouble on the sea or Broads please call 999 and ask for Coastguard.

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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged on the 7th of September at 23:35 by Humber Coastguard to assist Norfolk Police with a search for a stolen vessel on Barton Broad. Also on scene were Coastguard teams from Winterton and Bacton.

Hemsby Broads Rescue took onboard a member of the Police team to conduct a search of Barton Broad area, while the Coastguard teams conducted a search from land. After an extensive search nothing was found and Hemsby Broads Rescue were stood down, leaving the Police to continue their investigation.  

Our thanks to all the crew involved with the search and the preparation of all equipment ready for the next call for our assistance, the crew retuned home for a well-earned rest at 02:30 the following morning.

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Sep-08-2021 @ 5:47 PM                           Permalink
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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged on the 8th of September at 15:35 by Humber Coastguard to reports that a male on board a vessel in the Thurne Dyke area was suffering a suspected Cardiac Arrest.

The crew was able to respond quickly to the call for assistance as some of our crew were already at the Station on essential maintenance.

While on route to the incident we got the good news that the casualty was in the safe hands of the Ambulance service and so we were free to stand down and return to base, to prepare for our regular Wednesday night training.

Our thanks to all the crew in attendance, see you all tonight at training...

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Sep-19-2021 @ 4:34 PM                           Permalink
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Team paged at 11.01 to a broads cruiser on fire at Woodbastwick,  also tasked Hemsby Broads Rescue, Broads Authority and Norfolk Fire Service.
The broads cruiser was located and the Fire Service made the boat safe.
The people on board had already been taken off by members of public and taken to Salhouse Broad.
The team checked over the casualties and arranged for them to be taken back to their boat yard.
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Sep-19-2021 @ 6:43 PM                           Permalink
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According to the live Brigade  incident feed for  Woodbastwick it was a false alarm caused by mechanical fault ,saw the Fire engine and boat in Horning lunch time  today :

Roy and Diane

Hope to see you on the river,

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Sunday the 19th turned into one of our busiest days of the year! Our crew split between spending the day at Lowestoft cooking Herring and raising much needed funds for our continued development, and attending two emergency calls and a maintenance run.

The day for us begun at around 06:30 with a call from the coastguard to assist with the retrieval of an 11m craft that had mechanical problems and was without power on the River Yare near the Mill.

Hemsby Broads Rescue launched from Great Yarmouth and were soon on scene with the vessel and four persons on board. The vessel was taken under tow to a safe mooring at Goodchild Marine, where we were met by the Coastguard teams from Winterton and Gorleston. Once the vessel was in the safe hands of the Coastguard, Hemsby Broads Rescue returned to base to prepare for the day ahead.

While some of the crew prepared for cooking Herring in Lowestoft the crew who were to remain on call took the Broads Vessel to Cess Road for a shakedown. During the recovery phase and while preparing to return to base the Rescue boat was tasked by Humber Coastguard to assist with a Vessel with an engine fire and four persons on board at Horning.

Once at the RV point, the Broads and Fire Service boats were launched with riverside support from Bacton Coastguard teams. Members of the public who had stopped to offer assistance helped to evacuate the family before the emergency services arrived. Also on scene with the casualty vessel was the Broads Authority who also assisted in getting members of the Fire Service on board the vessel to assess the situation. It is believed the issue was mechanical in nature and the problem was restricted to the engine compartment.

Hemsby Broads Rescue remained on Scene with the Broads Authority until the owners were able to send an engineering team to recover the vessel. Meanwhile the Coastguard looked after the welfare of the persons evacuated. Hemsby Broads Rescue was eventually released by the Coastguard once it was clear that all was well, and the owners had taken responsibility for the casualty vessel.

The team returned to base for the clean down and finished just in time to meet with the rest of the crew who had done an amazing job cooking and selling all the Herring at the Lowestoft event.

Together we wall cleaned and washed the catering equipment and went home in the early evening for a well-earned rest. Our thanks to all the crew, on what was a very busy day. Our thanks to the Fire Service, Bacton, Winterton, Gorleston Coastguard teams and the Broads Authority for their support and assistance and a big thankyou to all those who visited the Lowestoft event and bought the freshly cooked Herring, helping us to raise much needed funds.

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Hemsby Broads Rescue was paged this evening at 1800hrs by Humber Coastguard to reports of a stricken vessel on the River Bure near to Belaugh. It was reported that the vessel was taking on water with eight persons on board, one of whom was a 92 year old female. Hemsby Broads Rescue arrived at the RV point along with the Fire Service who also launched two of their own rescue boats.

Also on scene were members of Bacton and Winterton Coastguard teams, the Ambulance Service and Broads Authority. Hemsby Broads Rescue and the Fire Service arrived on scene and were confronted with the vessel that was 75% under water with the occupants huddled together on the part of the vessel that was not submerged, two of the occupants were half in the water due to the restricted space.

Both Hemsby Broads Rescue and the Fire Service were able to evacuate all eight casualties quickly and efficiently onto their respective boats and transport them back to the RV point, where the Coastguard teams had prepared a floodlit casualty assessment area for immediate aid. All the casualties were quickly assessed and handed over to the Ambulance Service for additional checks and further aid.

Our thanks to all the crew for their professional work and to the Fire Service who were also instrumental along with the Coastguard in this joint services rescue. This was a well-coordinated multi-service operation with faultless teamwork.  Once all the casualties were in the safe hands of the Ambulance Service Hemsby Broads Rescue were stood down and returned to base to washdown and prepare for the next call.

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Hells bells that is not good.   Hope everyone is ok.

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