Berwick RNLI assist North East Ambulance in medevac
The UK Coast Guard requested the launch of Berwick-upon-Tweeds all-weather lifeboat at 11.08 on Friday 18 of August, for the second time in a week to assist the North East Ambulance Service.
The girl was brought to Berwick lifeboat station then transferred by ambulance to hospital.
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