Hunter rescued off Norfolk coast after being cut off by tide

Hunstanton lifeboat was called to a hunter cut-off by the tide. Picture: Geoff Needham

Hunstanton lifeboat was called to a hunter cut-off by the tide. Picture: Geoff Needham - Credit: Archant

A hunter has been rescued off the Norfolk coast.

Hunstanton RNLI were called to the wildfowler at 7.30am on Monday, September 30, who had been cut off by the tide near the mouth of the river Ouse at King's Lynn.

A relief lifeboat was launched but on route it was discovered that the hunter had been rescued by others on the scene and the lifeboat returned to station.


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