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Byline: The volunteer crew were called out for the second time in a week, on Sunday 16 November at 12.30pm, to carry out a medical evacuation of a technician from one of the local windfarms, five miles off Rhyl.
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The technician had suffered a foot injury and needed to be taken to hospital to have treatment. One of the  windfarm support boats had managed to get the casualty off the wind turbine, and had set off towards Rhyl as the lifeboat was launching. The two vessels met up about three miles off Rhyl, and crew members from the lifeboat were transferred to the wind farm vessel to carry out an assessment and first aid on the technician. The casualty was treated and transferred to the lifeboat on a stretcher, and the lifeboat then returned to Rhyl, where an ambulance crew met them and the casualty was taken to hospital. The lifeboat returned to station at 2.20pm.

A video of this rescue will be released once it has been audited 

Byline: The volunteer crew were called out for the second time in a week, on Sunday 16 November at 12.30pm, to carry out a medical evacuation of a technician from one of the local windfarms, five miles off Rhyl.
Page Content:

The technician had suffered a foot injury and needed to be taken to hospital to have treatment. One of the  windfarm support boats had managed to get the casualty off the wind turbine, and had set off towards Rhyl as the lifeboat was launching. The two vessels met up about three miles off Rhyl, and crew members from the lifeboat were transferred to the wind farm vessel to carry out an assessment and first aid on the technician. The casualty was treated and transferred to the lifeboat on a stretcher, and the lifeboat then returned to Rhyl, where an ambulance crew met them and the casualty was taken to hospital. The lifeboat returned to station at 2.20pm.

A video of this rescue will be released once it has been audited