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Rescues

Haydn Miller launched after reports of cliff faller.

Tenby’s all-weather lifeboat was tasked by Milford Haven Coastguard shortly after 4pm on Monday25th May after they received reports that a person had fallen off a cliff in Bull Slaughter Bay. As the volunteer crew were making their way to join Rescue 169 helicopter and Tenby and St Govan’s cliff rescue teams, the volunteers were informed that the casualty had been winched up to the helicopter and was being transferred to hospital.

Before leaving the scene, the volunteers decided to deploy the smaller y-boat to check on the rest of the climbing party before returning to station. The party were asked if they would like to be transferred back to shore on the lifeboat but the offer was declined.

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Lifeboat assists in search for missing teenager.

Tenby’s all-weather lifeboat launched at 8:02pm on Saturday 9th May after a report from the Police that an at-risk 17yr old male was missing in the Lydstep area. The boat was soon on scene and the volunteer crew began a search of the rocks and shoreline from Giltar Point towards East Moor cliff and back again whilst the Tenby and St Govans Coastguard units and Police Helicopter X-ray 99 searched the land.

As the lifeboat neared Proud Giltar towards the end of their search leg, and with light fading quickly, the Police decided they were happy with the area that the boat had searched and stood the lifeboat down. The boat was re-housed at 9.30pm. The missing youth was later found by Police in the Penally area.

Haydn Miller medevacs 14 year old girl with broken collar bone.

Tenby’s all-weather lifeboat the Haydn Miller launched at 16:37hrs on Thurs 9th April following a report to Miford Haven Coastguard from Ambulance Control that a 14yr old girl had fallen badly on rocks at Barafundle Beach, suffering back and neck injuries.

The lifeboat was tasked to ferry the casualty around to Stackpole Quay which was the closest place the Paramedics could get the ambulance to. The boat was soon on scene and found the Paramedics already stabilising the casualty with the help of St Govans Cliff Rescue Team. The Y Boat was launched with 2 volunteer crew members and a stretcher aboard and taken into the beach.

Once the casualty had been loaded onto the stretcher, she was taken aboard the Y Boat along with a Paramedic and conveyed the short distance around the headland to Stackpole Quay where she was met by Tenby Coastguards and the ambulance. She was then taken to Hospital with a suspected broken collar bone.