St Davids Lifeboat called to children cut off by tide
Lifeboats News Release
St Davids Lifeboat Crew were paged at 2:38pm on Sunday 30 June to the aid of two children cut off by the tide at North-end of Newgale Beach.
The Stations All Weather Lifeboat Norah Wortley launched and made way to Newgale, on route
Norah Wortley was stood down as the RNLI Lifeguards had returned them to safety. Little and Broad Haven Inshore Lifeboat and Coastguard Rescue 187 were also tasked.The volunteer crew returned to the station and were ready for service at 3:45pm.
The RNLI advise people, when visiting the beach to please make sure to check the tides. If you need help or see someone in trouble on the coast dial 999 or 112 and ask for the coastguard.
For more information contact St Davids Lifeboat Press Officers. Call Ellen on 07800 844291, firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Sarah on 07792 974023, email at email@example.com.
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