Trawler Runs Aground on Sandbank off Corton

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Lowestoft’s Lifeboat has been called out to assist a trawler that ran aground off Corton.

A call was received on the morning of the 15th September, when the 23 foot boat became grounded on the edge of a sandbank.

​Despite several attempts and in calm weather conditions, it took until the water level rose during the evening, when a tug was able to finally free the trawler.

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