Alderney RNLI’s relief lifeboat launched to help two fishermen
Alderney’s relief RNLI lifeboat the Corine Whitley launched at 8.55am this morning (Monday) to help the skipper, and his crewman, of the locally-registered fishing boat Steren Mor which suffered engine failure one and a half miles east of the island.
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