Southwold Lifeboat in Jet Ski Rescue

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Picture source: Southwold RNLI
Southwold’s Lifeboat was called to a jet ski incident which happened off the Suffolk town’s harbour area, on Sunday 11th October.

A social media post from the RNLI Southwold Lifeboat Station, confirmed that they had attended a ‘person in trouble’ – but they had made it safely back to the beach.

The person did not require medical assistance, with the Southwold Lifeboat crew reporting that the individual was ‘a little shaken up’. 

With the jet skis recovered from the water – the lifeboat then returned back to its station.

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