Lymington RNLI assists a motor boat in difficulty.
On the 28 August at 4pm Lymington Lifeboat launched the Atlantic 85 inshore lifeboat David Bradley, as requested by Solent Coastguard.
Mudeford lifeboat and Freshwater Inshore lifeboat had used their pumps to control the water ingress. The Lymington lifeboat deployed the salvage pump on standby as the water ingress had been stopped by the Mudeford lifeboat crew. After Mudeford and Freshwater lifeboats were released by Solent Coastguard the lifeboat proceeded up Lymington River to Haven Quay for an emergency lift out.
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Helm Greg Pachany, Crew Richard Clarke, Simon Naylor, Ted Ward.
Suzanne Brown, Lifeboat Press Officer, Lymington Lifeboat Station (07711) 393910 [email protected].uk
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