||DETAILS OF SERVICE
||Member of public fell on the slipway and required emergency first aid.
||Crew attended scene and assisted doctors on scene before standing down when ambulance arrived.
||Member of the public requested assistance to help her husband who had fallen on rocks at Runswick Bay.
||Crew attended scene and provided assistance with help from Lifeguard officers. Casualty uninjured and recovered to a safe location.
||Tasked by Humber Coastguard to reports of two kayakers in difficulty off Kettleness Point.
||Kayakers located safe and well not in need of assistance.
||Runswick Rescue was tasked by Humber Coastguard to assist other SAR teams in finding a couple and their dogs cut off by the tide at Runswick Bay.
||The couple were found safe and well along with their dogs after an extensive search.
||Launching Authority reported a lady had fallen over and required first aid.
||Crew attended scene and provided assistance to minor facial injury.
||Launching Authority informed of boat which had run out of fuel – crew assembled by local pager call.
||Vessel located 1/2 mile south of Kettleness Point and towed back to Runswick. On returning to Runswick a second boat was also identified as broken down closer to shore and was again towed back.
||Member of the public requested assistance with a casualty taken ill on the beach.
||Crew attended scene and assisted Emergency First Responder before being stood down when ambulance arrived
||Member of public reported a small fishing vessel capsized and in difficulty in the bay. RBRB paged by Humber Coastguard
||Launched and assisted Staithes RNLI recovering two casualties from the water and recovering boat to Runswick Beach.
||RNLI Lifeguards reported missing swimmer. Coastguard requested assistance in locating casualty.
||Swimmer located safe and well.
||Member of public reported a leisure boat caught in pot ropes inside the bay.
||Authorised to launch and released boat from ropes for onward journey.
||Pager call received from CoastGuard to assist two kayakers holding on to upturned kayak in strong wind and swell.
||Launched and recovered casualties to Runswick Beach.
||Launching authority reported a casualty had fallen at Claymore and injured his knee.
||Crew attended scene and stood down when ambulance arrived.
||Launching Authority reported an elderly gentleman taken poorly at café.
||Crew attended scene and after a short period of recuperation assisted gentleman to a waiting car.
||Launching Authority reported a young boy had fallen and injured himself off seawall.
||Crew attended and administered first aid assisting casualty to a waiting car to attend hospital.
||Pager call received from Coastguard to assist a couple cut off by the tide south of Runswick Bay in failing light.
||Boat launched and searched south of Runswick alongside Staithes RNLI. Couple located and transported from rescue boat onto Staithes boat for recovery back to shore.
||Member of the public reported a kayaker struggling to get back on board and in the water.
||Boat launched and attended scene. Kayaker had managed to get himself on board and made his own way back to shore.
||Member of the public reported suspected heart attack on the beach.
||Crew paged and defibrillator supplied on scene within minutes. Comms established with Humber Coastguard and Staithes & Skinningrove Coastguard teams attended along with the Helimed 99.
||35′ Motor yacht hailed Runswick Rescue whilst out on excercise. Engine failure.
||Took spare battery and jump leads to restart engine. Liaised with Humber Coastguard regarding vessel’s safe onward passage to Whitby.
||40′ Motor cruiser hailed Runswick Rescue whilst out on excercise. Disabled with rope tight round prop.
||Assisted with cutting rope from prop.
||Member of the public reported an injured person on the rocks near Lingrow cliffs.
||Coastguard cliff teams also in attendance. Recovered casualty by sea, with broken ankle, to waiting ambulance.
||Member of the public reported a dog in distress at Claymoor.
||Authorised by HMCG to launch and recovered collapsed dog and owners from the beach at Claymoor on a very hot day.
||Pager call received from HMCG to faller from the sea wall with a broken leg.
||Recovered the casualty by stretcher to ambulance.
||On training, encountered fishing vessel with warp fast round prop.
||Assisted with freeing propeller.
||On training, discovered commercial fishing vessel aground near Kettleness.
||Gave advice and later, at high water, assisted with refloat and escorted to safety.
||Launching Authority informed crew of vessel with engine failure at Runswick Beach.
||Authorised by HMCG to launch and tow vessel to Staithes.
||Canoeist reported in difficulty in moderate surf near the sand bank.
||Crew mustered by local pager call but stood down as canoeist had reached the beach and was assisted with recovery of canoe and paddle by members of the public.
||Distress call heard on Ch16 whilst on exercise. Authorised by Humber Coastguard to commence search.
||22′ vessel eventually located approximately 3 miles off Lingrow. Stood by until taken under tow by Whitby AWB.
||Small Rib with engine failure within the bay.
||Already at sea on exercise. Towed to shore.
||Two persons in a kayak blown onto Lingrow.
||Already at sea on exercise. Recovered to the beach.
||Person injured in fall on the slipway
||Shore support crew administered first aid until arrival of paramedics.
||Dinghy sighted in Runswick Bay, with engine failure, blowing to sea.
||Initially authorised to launch by Humber CG but subsequently stood down when vessel was seen to have rowed ashore.
||Report of yacht with damaged sails 1 mile east of Kettleness
||Identified yacht and stood by to await tow from Whitby Lifeboat. Assisted Whitby AWB with crew transfer to effect tow.
||Local radio call (M1) from vessel inside Runswick Bay in difficulty.
||Vessel and occupants found safe at anchor with steering failure and towed back to Runswick Bay.
||Ch16 distress call from vessel with engine problems outside Runswick Bay.
||Authorised by Humber CG to launch. Vessel located at anchor and towed back to Runswick Bay.