Lyme lifeboat called to boat ‘in distress’

PUBLISHED: 09:36 08 September 2016 | UPDATED: 09:36 08 September 2016

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Crew finds the two men aboard were simply fishing an in no difficulties.

Lyme Regis’ RNLI lifeboat crew launched last night (Wednesday, September 7) after a member of the public reported a speedboat in possible difficulties a short distance outside the harbour.

Two men aboard the speedboat were found to be fishing and in no difficulty.

The incident was recorded as a false alarm with good intent.

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