Seahouses lifeboat called to assist two young female paddle boarders
At 3:46pm on Monday 11 July 2022, UK Coastguard requested the launch of Seahouses inshore lifeboat, to assist two young females in difficulty on a paddle board, just north of Seahouses harbour.
'Calling the Coastguard using 999 is critical if someone is seen in difficulty in the water. Help was able to reach these girls quickly on this occasion before the situation became more urgent. Strong tidal currents flow around this coastline and can soon carry a paddle board far from the shore.'
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