Unusual Christmas rescue for RNLI Jersey
RNLI Jersey had an unusual rescue recently when a call for help came in from someone claiming to have fallen out of his sleigh!
We would like to give huge thanks to the following people who helped us to put this together:
Jersey Seafaris - @jerseyseafaris
The Studio_M - @mattporteousphotos
Bam Perspectives - @BamPerspectivesJersey
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Note to editors:
- Photo/Video credit - The Studio_M / Bam Perspectives / Jersey Seafaris
If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact us:
Helier de Veulle, Lifeboat Press Officer, RNLI Jersey on 07797 847926
Website – rnlijersey.org.je and rnli.org.uk/press
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