38135

Date of Incident: 
31/05/2021
Station: 
NCI Boscastle
Incident Summary: 
2 MOP observed being cut off by tide. Attempted to self rescue. HMCG alerted, CRT and ILB tasked. I casualty self recovered over rocks, no sign of 2nd. AWLB tasked but no sign so units stood down
RNLI: 
Yes
Initiated: 
NCI
MCA: 
Yes
MCA No.: 
14838
Casualty Type: 
Person(s) - Walking / Running
Cause of Incident: 
Person(s) Cut off by Tide

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