Bayliner boat assisted by Teignmouth RNLI lifeboat crew

Lifeboats News Release

Teignmouth RNLI lifeboat crew assisted a person aboard a broken down vessel on Sunday morning.

Teignmouth RNLI lifeboat crew return Bayliner boat to Teignmouth

RNLI/Anna Winston

Teignmouth RNLI

The volunteer crew launched the Two Annes lifeboat at 11.36am in response to a report of a broken down Bayliner boat off Oddicombe. The casualty was taken aboard the lifeboat and the boat was taken on tow and returned to Teignmouth.

The crew and lifeboat returned safely to station and the lifeboat was refuelled and ready for service at 12.50pm.

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