Hartlepool RNLI provide safety cover for cliff rescue
Hartlepool RNLI inshore lifeboat crew were tasked at 5.20pm to provide safety cover below cliffs at Blackhall Rocks.
The inshore lifeboat and volunteer crew were stood down at approximately 6.30pm and returned to Hartlepool lifeboat station where the boat was refuelled and made ready for service by 7.00pm.
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