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Ah yes, you have a point there Ray!

The modern concept that nobody ever needs to sort out anything for themselves...  Gasp  

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I would think that some folk might consider being on a boat without power and no brakes etc, to be " an Emergency " . People panic when faced with the unknown and immediately call 999 without thinking and possibly sorting the problem themselves.

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12/8/18, 8:46. Team paged by Humber CGOC to reports of a car and person in the River Bure. Also in attendance: the Gorleston Lifeboat, Norfolk Fire and Rescue, Norfolk Constabulary, the RSPCA and the Ambulance Service. The Gorleston ILB once on scene identified it was in actual fact a calf in the river and not a car. The calf was safely brought to a slip way by the Gorleston ILB. The team provided safety cover for all persons on scene. #101/18.

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I bet it was friesian in that cold water.  LOL

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21.08.2018 @ 09.48  Team paged to assist Norfolk Constabulary with a search for a missing person.  Reports had been received to say that a man had been seen on the wrong side of the railings on the Haddiscoe Bridge.  Initially it was thought that it may be the outstanding hi-risk missing person from the Great Yarmouth area.  In the end it was established that the person seen was in fact a photographer and had been accounted for.  As well as police dog sections, we were joined by our flank team; HM Coastguard Lowestoft and Southwold CRT.  Once it became clear that there was no further requirement to search for the missing person in this area the teams were stood down and returned to their respective stations.
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quote:"......
I bet it was friesian in that cold water
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  LOL Cheers

A candidate for “Post Of The Week”

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24/08/2018 13.26 BST Team tasked by Humber CGOC to a vulnerable High Risk female last seen at 08.00 and some of her possessions at 11.00.  Tasking was to search in the Bure Park area for the missing person.  The good news is that the person was located safe and well before the team were able to fully muster.  #111/18

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Friday 24th August at 22.24 the Bacton team were paged along with Winterton CRT, Hemsby Broads Rescue & Broads Authority Launch River Charlie to a broads cruiser with one person on board who was unsure of location and concerned that water was coming into the boat.
From the ladies phone signal it was believed she was between Barton Broad and Stalham.

The teams rendezvous point was Stalham boat yard were they formulated a plan, the Hemsby broads rescue boat went up towards Barton where the casualty boat was located, the lady was well but upset on being lost, the boat was taking on water through the stern gland. The boat was escorted back to Stalham by Hemsby Broads Rescue and the Broads Authority, where it was moored up for the night.

All times were stood down and returned to their stations .
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Hemsby Lifeboat was paged at 7pm last night to reports of a vessel in difficulty in the vicinity of Acle Bridge. Our Broads Lifeboat was launched at Acle Dyke and proceeded to quickly make contact with the vessel which had lost steering and was drifting until they were able to make it to a wild mooring. The Broads Lifeboat secured a springer tow and delivered the vessel to Acle Marina where Winterton Coastguard were waiting to assist in mooring up, we were then cleared to stand down. The couple were very recently married and had only owned the boat for a day, they were very appreciative and made a generous donation to the lifeboat.

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30/8/18. 15:44hrs. Team paged by Humber CGOC to reports of a person fallen from a broads cruiser into the water at Yarmouth Yacht Station. The Gorleston ILB was also on scene and carried out a medical assessment. The casualty was transferred into the waiting Ambulance to be taken to JPH for further checks #114/18.

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