Exmouth RNLI called to two people and dog cut off by tide

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(Last Updated On: July 11, 2021)

The RNLI was called to reports of two people and a dog cut off by the tide near Exmouth yesterday, Saturday 10 July.

Exmouth RNLI volunteer crew launched just before 6.30pm to assist the people who were between Orcombe Point and Sandy Bay, Exmouth.

The RNLI Inshore Lifeboat wad crewed by Helm, Roy Stott and volunteer crew James Searle and Ed Thomas and quickly made their way to the scene.

Photo: John Thorogood

The lifeboat returned to Exmouth where the casualties were safely put ashore at 6.45pm. All uninjured.

Comprehensive RNLI safety advice for water users and pedestrians walking along the shoreline can be found here :

https://rnli.org/safety/know-the-risks/tides

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