Cliff rescue call for Arbroath RNLI
The Arbroath RNLI all weather and inshore lifeboats were called into action last night (23 January) to support our colleagues at HM Coastguard - Angus & Dundee with a tricky cliff rescue.
The casualty was then transferred into the care of the paramedics before being taken by land ambulance to hospital as a precaution.
Arbroath RNLI Coxswain/Mechanic, Sam Clow, said "With our own RNLI crews working alongside Tayside Police Division, NHS Tayside, Rescue 151 and Coastguard units from Arbroath, Dundee, Montrose and Stonehaven - this was a fantastic rescue effort by all involved, in particular our local mobile Coastguard teams."
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