Injury at Aill na Searrach

by Caitriona in  Callouts

Aill_na_SearrachDoolin Coast Guard was tasked to assist the HSE Ambulance Service. A walker had sustained a leg injury at Aill na Searrach , North of the Cliffs of Moher visitor Centre. HSE Paramedics treated the casualty and Coast Guard members stretchered the casualty from the cliff top to the road where the ambulance was waiting.
Incident 59/16

  • Tony Hughes:

    A Massive Thank you to all your team members for your rapid response today @ Aill na Searrach

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Leg injury, Cliffs of Moher path

by Caitriona in  Callouts

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Doolin Coast Guard was tasked this evening,to assist the HSE Ambulance Service. A walker had sustained a leg injury South of the viewing platform. HSE Paramedics and Cliffs of Moher Rangers treated the casualty. Coast Guard members stretchered the casualty from the path onto a farm track and to the road to the ambulance.
Incident 58/16

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Leg injury, South of viewing platform

by Caitriona in  Callouts

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Doolin Coast Guard was tasked to assist the HSE Ambulance Service near the Cliffs of Moher. A walker had sustained a leg injury on the path South of the viewing platform. Coast Guard members stretchered the casualty to the ambulance.
Incident 57/16

  • Mary.:

    Sincere thanks for your extreme kindness and care shown to me, the person involved in this accident and may I add all in good humour which helped in no small way to ease the trauma.
    Best Wishes,
    Mary.

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Ferry passenger assisted

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Doolin Coast Guard was tasked by MRSC, Valentia , to assist a person who had sustained a leg injury while on a ferry. The team members met the ferry at Doolin Pier and assisted the casualty until the HSE Ambulance arrived. The casualty was assisted from the boat to the ambulance.
Incident 56/15

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Cliffs search and kayakers in difficulty

by Caitriona in  Blog

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Doolin coast Guard was tasked by MRSC, Valentia , to assist in the search for a person believed to be missing in the Cliffs of Moher area. Teams commenced searches in the morning and continued throughout the day until 9.00 pm. Searches will resume in the morning.
While returning back to the Coast Guard Rescue Centre, the team was tasked to assist with kayakers in difficulty off Doolin Point. The D-Class was launched and the Delta RIB prepared for launch if required. The D-Class located the kayakers and took one on board and back to Doolin Pier , the others were able to paddle back to the pier . The D-Class and crew waited until all were safely ashore and then returned to the station and washed down the boat and gear.
Incident 54/16 and 55/16

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Flare sighted between Inis Oírr and Inis Meáin

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The Inis Oírr team of Doolin Coast Guard investigated a flare sighted between Inis Oírr and Inis Meáin.

Incident 53/16

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