Latest Shouts

Mar 28, 2006

At 0630, Hoylake Lifeboat launched to an oil rig support vessel out in Liverpool Bay where the Chief Engineer was suffering from kidney stones and was in severe pain. The lifeboat sped to rendezvous with the vessel with a paramedic on board, before the casualty was transferred on board the lifeboat along with another crew member as chaperone. The lifeboat proceeded into the River Mersey to Woodside Landing Stage to land the casualty to a waiting ambulance. The casualty was taken to Wirral's Arrowe Park Hospital.


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When RNLI lifeboats are tasked to a rescue this is commonly referred to as a 'shout'.

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