Man rescued by lifeboat after collapsing on fishing boat
The Hunstanton RNLI Lifeboat rushed out to a fishing boat after getting reports that someone on board had collapsed.
The Coastguard received a radio message from the fishing boat stating that a member of its crew has collapsed and needed medical assistance.
Hunstanton Lifeboat 'Spirit of West Norfolk' was sent out at 6.15pm on Friday to find the casualty.
When the crew arrived they carried out an initial assessment of the casualty and transferred him to the lifeboat.
The man was then brought back to shore where first aid was given and crew members monitored him until the ambulance arrived.
You may also want to watch:
The casualty was then handed over into the care of the paramedics and taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn.
- 1 Man in his 50s dies after head-on collision on A143
- 2 'Never seen anything like it' - Norfolk Christmas shopping frenzy has begun
- 3 'Landmark' former Tuttles store could be set for new lease of life
- 4 How Norfolk are you? Take this quiz to find out
- 5 Chantry Place 'close to finalising deals' with four major brands
- 6 Norfolk RSPCA store appears on Rip Off Britain
- 7 Air ambulance and coastguard attend incident on Sheringham beachfront
- 8 Brown Derbies and Bender sausages, when Wimpy ruled fast food
- 9 Police probing reports Norwich clubbers have been spiked by needles
- 10 Woman who died in A47 collision named