Georgina Taylor rescues two people and a dog off 2nd Point

Lifeboats News Release

Georgina Taylor was launched at 5.50pm on Tuesday 15th May after 2 people reported that they were cut off by the incoming tide at 2nd Point, along with their dog.

RNLI/Ben James

The volunteer crew quickly had the casualties spotted, took them off the rocks and returned them, along with their dog to the safety of Tenby Harbour, before the returning to station.

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