Cardigan lifeboat called out to help female at Mwnt Beach
Cardigan lifeboats were called out by HM Coastguard following reports of a female experiencing problems in the sea at Mwnt
The boats then completed a search of the sea around Mwnt beach looking for any further possible casualties. No-one else was found and both lifeboats were stood down and returned to the lifeboat station.
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