13 March 2018Paged 1.25 pm Launched 1.29 pmAtlantic 85 B-894 Sheila and Dennis Tongue II, D Class D-741 Ollie NaismithReports of a hang glider on rocks above Freathy beach Crews found the male pilot uninjured on rocks above a deep gully. Pilot taken by D Class inshore lifeboat to coastguard teams waiting on Portwrinkle beach.3 March 2018 Launch 8.10 amAtlantic 85 B-894 Sheila and Dennis Tongue IIAssist Looe fishing trawler Paravel suffering engine problems. Volunteer crew established a line and towed the trawler back to her berth on East Looe Quay.26 January 2018 Shore based incident - Assist an elderly lady who stumbled and fell in Fore Street 5 of our volunteer crew administered first aid and oxygen keeping her as comfortable as possible until ambulance paramedics took over her care16 December 2017Reports of a male in the water off Seaton beach Crews located the male wet and cold by the river mouth. Returned to the beach and after medical assessment handed over into the care of Coastguard teams.23 October 2017Reports of a female in difficulties on cliffs at Seaton Crews stood down shortly after launch as female safe with shore based teams.1 October 2017Multi agency search for following reports of persons in water off West Looe Quay Crews stood down after an extensive search found nothing.26 September 2017Multi agency search for overdue fishing vessel Rescued two casualties from hull of overturned vessel, continued to search for third missing person until stood down.28 August 2017Reports of a broken down 28' cabin cruiser 2 miles SW Polperro.Towed into Polperro22 August 2017First shout Reports of 2 children in difficulties swimming by the banjo Pier.On arrival found to be safely back on the beachShout #2Reports of 3 persons cut off by the tide on second beach.On arrival found to be safely back on the beachShout #3Reports of an exhausted swimmer on Plaidy beach.Administered first aid and handed into the care of the Ambulance service.Shout #4Reports of a person fallen off a kayak between Looe Island and Hannafore.On arrival found to be safely back on the shore.18 August 2017Reports of a young girl on an inflatable being blown out to sea from East Looe beach.Picked up and reunited with her family at the boathouse12 August 2017Reports of a missing kayaker at Downderry.Volunteer crews stood down as boats launching - kayaker found6 August 2017Reports of a broken down speedboat by the Banjo Pier. Towed back into harbour5 August 2017Assist in search for missing male swimmer. Casualty transferred to hospital by Air Ambulance.5 August 2017Assist with male child fallen on Pen rocks, East Looe beach. Casualty transferred to hospital by Air Ambulance.12 July 2017During training tasked to a broken down dinghy drifting 2 miles south of Looe, towed back to Millendreath8 July 2017Whilst at Polperro Water carnival volunteer crew responded to a "pan pan" call from a broken down speedboat west of Polperro.20 June 2017Assist in a search for a missing male last seen on East Looe beach18 June 2017Reports of a 20' speedboat with engine failure off Looe Island17 June 2017Reports of a 16' cabin cruiser run out of fuel one mile south of Looe26 May 2017Reports of an elderly female cut off on rocks by the outer harbour at Polperro23 April 2017Reports of an unoccupied fishing boat drifting off Seaton beach22 April 2017Reports of a person stuck on cliffs to the East of Downderry18 April 2017 Person in difficulties on rocks at Hannafore.16 April 2017 Reports of a broken down 15' dory with four persons on board drifting by Looe Island4 March 2017Reports of a female cut off by the tide at Portwrinkle1 January 2017Reports of red flares off Hannafore
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