Incidents

We are tasked by the emergency services, including HM Coastguaard, Fire & Rescue, Police and the Ambulance Services. Our teams are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Below are the callouts that we have attended.

  • Pontypool 12-06-2017 22-19

    Requested by Gwent police to search the Afon Llwydd near Pontypool for trace of a missing male.

    12th Jun 2017
    12th Jun 2017
  • Woodchester 11-06-2017 01-20

    Requested by Gloucestershire police to assist with search for a missing male in the Woodchester Park area.

    11th Jun 2017
    11th Jun 2017
  • Severn Bridge 10-06-2017 17-10

    Requested by Avon & Somerset police through HM Coastguard to launch, silently approach, and “stand-by” near M4 Severn Bridge.

    10th Jun 2017
    10th Jun 2017
  • Maisemore 22-05-2017 17-37

    Requested by Gloucestershire police to assist with search for a missing female in the Maisemore area of Gloucester.

    22nd May 2017
    22nd May 2017
  • Aust 17-05-2017 19-34

    Tasked by HM Coastguard to investigate report of unaccompanied dogs barking and running in and out of the water in the vicinity of mud-flats off Littleton Pill/ Aust area of the Severn Estuary.

    17th May 2017
    17th May 2017
  • Stroud 16-05-2017 02-50

    RETASKED FROM EARLIER SEARCH to Gloucester City to assist with search for missing 17yr old female.

    16th May 2017
    16th May 2017
  • Stroud 16-05-2017 01-45

    Requested by Gloucestershire police to assist with the search for a missing female in the Stroud area.

    16th May 2017
    16th May 2017
  • Newport 07-05-2017 00-38

    Requested by Gwent police to launch from Uskmouth to assist with rescue of a female stranded in mud

    7th May 2017
    7th May 2017
  • Newport 18-04-2017 00-15

    Requested by Gwent police to launch from Uskmouth to provide security for a female observed outside the railings of the “Millennium Bridge”

    18th Apr 2017
    18th Apr 2017
  • Newport 13-04-2017 10-21

    Requested by Gwent Police to assist with recovery of a body from the River Usk near St Julian’s area of the City.

    13th Apr 2017
    13th Apr 2017
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