Largs Volunteer crew save two persons
Monday evening 31/05/2021 Largs lifeboat volunteers respond to two person s on the rocks s
As the lifeboat arrived on scene the crew found the two attempting to recover a sit on hired Kayak which had filled with water.
A lifeboat crew member went ashore to assist in the recovery.
Having assessed the condition of the casualties the crew found them to be well, uninjured but cold.
The two were taken on board the lifeboat and landed safely into the hands of the local Coast Guard Rescue Team on Millport beach.
The Lifeboat Returned to station at 8.30 pm. to be made ready for her next service.
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