Blyth RNLI respond to reports of 3 persons in the water requiring assistance
Volunteer crew responded to their pagers on 2 August at 12.10pm to reports of persons in the water requiring assistance off of Cambois.
Heading north from the Port of Blyth and arriving on scene a short while after, a search was conducted and the casualties were quickly located.
All three casualties were recovered from the water and assessed and no casualty care was required.
The Atlantic 85 made its was back to Blyth Lifeboat Station where they were met by one of the casualty's Grandparents.
The Atlantic 85 and volunteer crew were then stood down and the boat made ready for the next service.
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