Call Out for Stonehaven Volunteer Crew

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Stonehaven Volunteer lifeboat crew where paged to assist in a search after clothes where found on the beach.

Atlantic 85 Launching

RNLI/Lorraine Clark

Boat Launching
Stonehaven volunteer crew were paged at 12.50 on Sunday 29th December 2019 after clothes were found on the beach in Stonehaven. The Atlantic 85 'Jamie Hunter' launched and carried out a search of the area. The rest of the crew carried out a shore line search along with HM Coastguard.
Nothing was found and the boat was stood down and returned to the station to be refuelled and made ready for service once again.

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