ANOTHER ANONYMOUS SULLY ISLAND RESCUE BY PENARTH LIFEBOAT

The Penarth D Class lifeboat returning to Penarth Lifeboat Station this morning

With the flood tide this morning, Penarth lifeboat was called out – for the umpteenth time in the last 12 months – to carry out a rescue from Sully Island.

There was still another two hours before high tide and already the causeway between the island and the mainland was underwater by the time the lifeboat arrived on the scene at around mid-day.

Only the most superficial details of rescues are now released by the  RNLI and Penarth Coastguard and the identifies of those who are rescued are not revealed.

In this case, two people – names, ages and genders not divulged – were said to have been  “trapped by the incoming tide”.

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2 Responses to ANOTHER ANONYMOUS SULLY ISLAND RESCUE BY PENARTH LIFEBOAT

  1. Chris David says:

    Leave them to soak for a tide. Or charge £100- a time up front.

    • Lucie says:

      I do think people should be charged,well done to all our lifeboat people again,why are people so stuiped.

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