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Rescuers called in to save pair from stricken jet ski

PUBLISHED: 15:17 12 August 2019 | UPDATED: 15:46 12 August 2019

The Coastguard was called to the rescue after a ket ski broke down off Trimingham. Picture: HM Coastguard Bacton

The Coastguard was called to the rescue after a ket ski broke down off Trimingham. Picture: HM Coastguard Bacton

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The Coastguard and a lifeboat came to the rescue of a jet ski which broke down off the north Norfolk coast.

HM Coastguard was called to a broken down jet ski off Vale Road, Trimingham - south-east of Cromer - just before 7pm on Sunday.

One person was found still on board the jet ski while another was swimming to shore.

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Mundesley Independent Lifeboat was also called in.

A HM Coastguard Bacton spokesman said: "The lifeboat very quickly were with the jet ski and owners, and fed back that everyone was safe and well. All teams stood down.

"Many thanks to Mundesley Independent Lifeboat for their very fast response."


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