Man rescued from sea at Great Yarmouth

Wednesday, December 26, 2012
4:11 PM

The Great Yarmouth and Gorleston lifeboats were call out at about 1-55am on Christmas Day after a man was spotted in the sea between the Wellington Pier and the Britannia Pier.

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The inshore lifeboat Seahorse IV, crewed by helmsman Andy Mason, Jason Edwards and Kye Rodriguez, was on the scene within eight minutes.

Shortly after, the lifeboat was asked to stand down by the police as the man in the sea had been rescued.

The all weather lifeboat Samarbeta, which was also called out, was ready to let go its moorings when it was also asked to stand down.

2 comments

  • HOW RE-ASSURING TO KNOW THAT THESE MEN AND WOMEN ARE AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES, THERE IS STILL SOME GOOD IN THE COUNTRY. GOD BLESS THEM

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    guardsman

    Thursday, December 27, 2012

  • Only a guessing but will the drunken idiot in the sea be sent a large bill for wasting the time of all these people asked to rescue him.

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    ggj666

    Thursday, December 27, 2012

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