TWO MORE RESCUE MISSIONS COMPLETED TODAY BY PENARTH LIFEBOAT

Penarth's inshore lifeboat Connie Dains - the busiest lifeboat in Wales - sets out on the Penarth RNLI's third rescue mission of the day

Penarth’s inshore lifeboat Connie Dains – the busiest lifeboat in Wales – sets out this afternoon on the Penarth RNLI’s second rescue mission of the day – to people cut off by the rising tide at Lavernock.

Penarth’s  lifeboats have been launched twice this afternoon on two different rescue missions.

The first launch of the day was just after 14:00. The D Class inshore lifeboat “Connie Dains” – the busiest lifeboat in Wales – set out to recover four  adults cut off by the tide at Sully Island.

Penarth inshore lifeboat Connie Dains at Sully Island on the first rescue mission of the day. Penarth Coastguard officers - in the blue uniforms - combed the island to ensure no one else was marooned

Penarth inshore lifeboat Connie Dains at Sully Island on the first rescue mission of today. Penarth Coastguard officers – in the blue uniforms – combed the island to ensure no one else was marooned

Whilst the lifeboat transferred the casualties to the mainland at Swanbridge, Penarth Coastguard searched the island to ensure there was no one else marooned on the island

There was then a second launch of both Penarth lifeboats at 17:00 hours to go to the aid of two people cut off by the incoming tide at Lavernock Point. Both casualties were recovered safely .

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2 Responses to TWO MORE RESCUE MISSIONS COMPLETED TODAY BY PENARTH LIFEBOAT

  1. Paul says:

    Just an everyday story of simple minded folk…

  2. AK says:

    Lifeboat coffee morning tomorrow (Wednesday 3rd ) 1030 onwards at Penarth Yacht Club.

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