Padstow RNLI lifeboat crew launch to a fishing vessel in difficulties
The Padstow lifeboat crew launched at 9.29am today (4 October 2019) to assist a 16m fishing vessel one mile north of The Mouls
The volunteer crew returned to the lifeboat station at 11.50am.
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Images of the fishing vessel under tow. Credit: Padstow RNLI Lifeboat.
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