Seahouses inshore lifeboat answers first call of 2020
At 10:28pm Seahouses inshore lifeboat was requested to launch as a precautionary measure, following a report of two walkers with a dog, attempting to cross the Pilgrims Way from Holy Island with the tide rising.
Ian Clayton, Lifeboat Ops Manager/Volunteer Lifeboat Press Officer - Mob: 07981 069 177 Email: email@example.com
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