Coasteering Casualty Rescued From Dunseverick in Northern Ireland

At 1pm on Saturday 1st August, Belfast Coastguard received a 999 call from a Coasteering group at Dunseverick, reporting a female casualty had had been injured while jumping into the water.  

HM Coastguard sent Ballycastle and Coleraine Coastguard Rescue Teams, the Coastguard rescue helicopter from Prestwick, the RNLI inshore lifeboat from Portrush and an air ambulance and land ambulance also attended.  Coastguard rescue officers worked with crew from the RNLI lifeboat recovered the casualty from the water and she was transferred to hospital by the Coastguard rescue helicopter.  

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