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Killaloe Coast Guard

Killaloe Coast Guard Unit were tasked at 7pm this Friday evening to assist with the extraction of a vessel from Killaloe Bridge.
Efforts had been made by other boat owners to tow the vessel from the bridge but the strong current going under Killaloe bridge proved to much and the Coast Guard were alerted.
Once on scene a crew member was transferred to the causality vessel and set up a tow, the vessel was safely towed off the bridge with no major damage caused. Well done to all involved.
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Fri Oct 5th, 2018  ·  

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Killaloe Coast Guard Unit were tasked today for a second time in 24 hours.
Yesterday evening Sep 25th the unit were tasked to assist a fishing boat in difficulty North of Silly Island on Lough Derg, the two occupants of the vessel were airlifted out of the water by Coast Guard helicopter R115 from Shannon and transferred to University Hospital in Limerick for treatment. Meanwhile the vessel was taken on tow back to Mountshannon by the Killaloe rescue boat where it was secured.
The Killaloe Unit was tasked today Sep 26th at 3pm to assist the Doolin and Kilkee Coast Guard Units with a incident close to Doolin Co Clare. At 21:00hrs the unit members returned to base in Killaloe.
Incident 54&55/2018.
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Wed Sep 26th, 2018  ·  

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Mon Sep 24th, 2018  ·  

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Killaloe Coast Guard Unit added 3 new photos.
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Day 4 for the Killaloe Coast Guard Volunteers at the National Ploughing Championships in Tullamore.
Well done to some of our crew who have done over 50 hours over the past 4 day's along with setting up the stand last weekend.
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Fri Sep 21st, 2018  ·  

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Today's Irish Coast Guard set-up at the National Ploughing Championships.
ROW 18 Stand 392
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Thu Sep 20th, 2018  ·  

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@ Killaloe Coast Guard 2018