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Second shout of the day for Tenby all-weather lifeboat

Lifeboats News Release

At 5pm today (28 June), Tenby’s RNLI lifeboat Haydn Miller launched for the 2nd time in the day following a report that somebody could be in trouble on Giltar.

Other units tasked were Tenby Police and Coastguard teams.

Shortly after arriving on scene and just as the volunteer crew began a search around Giltar Point, news came through that the casualty had been found safe and well and was being brought down from Giltar by the Police.

The lifeboat was stood down and arrived back at the station at 5.35pm​.

RNLI media contact

For more information contact Ben James, Tenby Lifeboat Press Officer on 07971463716 or email ben@tenbyrnli.co.uk.

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