Blyth RNLI respond to reports of a person in the water in Blyth Bay
At 5.03pm on Wednesday 2 June volunteer crew members from Blyth RNLI responded to reports of a person in the water in the Blyth Bay area
Having made contact with the agencies who were on the beach the volunteer searched the shoreline.
After conducting an extensive search in the identified area and with all parties involved satisfied that there was no person in need of assistance the volunteer crew were stood down and returned to the lifeboat station at 5.53pm.
The lifeboat was refuelled and made ready for service.
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