Troon inshore lifeboat assists broken down jet ski
After a busy Bank Holiday Sunday, the volunteer crew thought after three callouts they would not hear the sound of their pagers for the remainder of the day however at 8.01pm on Sunday 27 May 2018, Belfast Coastguard once again activated them to launch the inshore lifeboat.
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