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COASTGUARD ROUND-UP: Helicopter called after boat ran aground in fog
7:52am Monday 23rd September 2013 in News
THE coastguard rescue helicopter was called out after a boat ran aground in fog.
Swanage RNLI lifeboats and coastguards were called out yesterday afternoon after the 42-foot motor boat Fam Fam ran aground on rocks west of St Albans Head.
The two people onboard were transferred into the lifeboat and the vessel was freed from the rocks and towed to Poole.
Coastguards rescued a climber who got stuck at Swanage.
Portland Coastguard received a 999 call yesterday evening from a climber reporting his partner was stuck at the bottom of the Finale Groove climb near Anvil Point.
The climber was rescued safe and well by Swanage inshore lifeboat.
A man and child got stuck in the mud at Fleet off Lynch Cove.
The pair managed to free themselves.
Swanage RNLI lifeboat was called out to a motor boat with a tangle anchor and broken windlass.
The crew was called out after the vessel C-Bird, with four people onboard, got into problems yesterday afternoon.
Poole RNLI lifeboat helped a small motor boat Rainmaker, with two people onboard, into Salterns Marina after it failed to respond to radio contact yesterday at around midday.
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