RNLI – Blyth Lifeboat Station

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Blyth RNLI launched in response to a report of a distress signal

Volunteer crew from Blyth RNLI responded to their pagers at 9.34am on Saturday morning as UK Coastguard were informed of a distress signal in the Port of Blyth Both inshore lifeboats were requested by UK Coastguard to proceed the relatively short distance north up the River Blyth to the Wimbourne Quay area to where the signal was coming from. Upon arrival the volunteer crew assessed the scene and it was decided that one of the lifeboat crew board a vessel to ascertain whether anyone was requiring assistance. Having established with the crew on board the vessel that no one...

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