Second call in two days to Holy Island Causeway for Seahouses lifeboat
On Saturday 19 March Seahouses lifeboat responded to six people and baby in the water at Holy Island Causeway.
The people were reported to be wading through the water, on the Holy Island side of the refuge box, having abandoned their vehicle in the water on the Causeway.
The inshore lifeboat was quickly launched and made best speed towards Holy
Island. Shortly after launching, it was confirmed that the casualties had safely reached Holy Island and were in the care of the local Coastguard Team. The inshore lifeboat was then stood down and returned to station.
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