Lifeboat called out to rescue group for the fourth time in a month

Two people were rescued by the Rhyl Lifeboat crew for the fourth time in a month.
This afternoon the inshore lifeboat crew were paged by Holyhead Coastguard after reports of a small dinghy struggling to get back to shore due to a strong breeze.
The lifeboat launched and was on scene within five minutes, to find it was a small inflatable with an outboard engine with two people on board.
The two in the vessel were immediately recognised as the ones the crew had been called to on three previous occasions in the last month.
A spokesman for Rhyl RNLI said: "They had chosen not to take the... read more

31 July 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 41
Source: Daily Post

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