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Killaloe Coast Guard

Timeline PhotosAs the country is asked to restrict its movements and reduce gatherings to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 the Irish Coast Guard remains fully operational to come to the aid of those in need.

We stand together with the other emergency services by asking you to heed the government advice,

All people are advised to:
- Reduce social interactions
- Keep a distance of 2 metres between yourself and other people
- Do not shake hands or make close contact with other people where possible

If you have symptoms, call HSE Live at 1850 24 1850.

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Sat Mar 21st, 2020  ·  

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Killaloe Coast Guard Unit respond to a cruiser ran aground on Lough Derg.
Just after 2pm this Friday afternoon the unit pagers were set off and a boat crew were requested to search the Two Mile Gate area of Lough Derg on the Clare shore.
A short time after departing base from Pier Head Killaloe the vessel was located just off Two Mile Gate.
The vessel had ran aground on a sand bank with no damage caused to the vessel.
The two people on board were safe and well.
A tow line was set up and the vessel was towed into deep waters where it was able to continue its journey.
Thank you to our volunteers who responded to today's incident.🚨🚨📟📟
Incident 04/2020
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Fri Mar 20th, 2020  ·  

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Some essential COVID-19 information.
Everyone in our community need to take responsibility for the safety of our families, friends and front line workers.
All Irish Coast Guard units remain on call 24/7 to assist in emergency Call-outs and assist other front line services.
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