Seahouses lifeboat assists ambulance to reach medical emergency on Holy Island
At 7:53am on Monday 11 October, UK Coastguard received a request for assistance from NE Ambulance, to transport a crew to a medical emergency on Holy Island. The Causeway was closed by the tide.
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