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Old 15 December 2010, 16:42   #1
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Good or bad recovery - you decide!

http://www.rnlivideolibrary.org.uk/g...x?vid=CDUiDUEq

Do you think this is a good recovery or a bad recovery of an MOB?

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Old 15 December 2010, 16:58   #2
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I don't think they actually wanted to be recovered, so probably an unusual example?
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The police should of stood off for 5 minutes to let her 'cool off' a little.

She would then of definitely come quietly !!!
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Old 15 December 2010, 17:17   #4
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Ideally you'd have them on the Police RIB then transfer but given its a protester the dope would have jumped in again starightaway.
The E class is fitted with jets and can be seen bringing its stern away leaving a space to recover the casualty.
I would say they made the best of a bad situation.
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Dodgy recoveries

This one didn't work out so well.
I think it was a case of good heart, but combined services didn't interact well and nearly ended in a huge loss of life. As it was there was one man lost....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-11984017

This is still kinda fresh, so maybe try keep comments light, just a suggestion.
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This one didn't work out so well.
I think it was a case of good heart, but combined services didn't interact well and nearly ended in a huge loss of life. As it was there was one man lost....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-11984017

This is still kinda fresh, so maybe try keep comments light, just a suggestion.
Think its a case of buggered if you do, buggered if you don't.
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Is this site meant for RNLI members only? The home page asks for a login and password
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Good post actually IMO because it highlights a lot of difficulties with who does what in the circumstances. But when people chuck them selves of bridges 'knowing' they will be saved its something I'm getting dubious of hearing about .. was she a protestor or a suicider ?
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Is this site meant for RNLI members only? The home page asks for a login and password
Clearly you are not special.....then again neither am I so it must be a glitch.

Try here; http://www.rnli.org.uk/rnli_near_you...ticleid=636908
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I don't know, I often get told I'm a bit special

I can see the vid ok but thought I'd go to the home page to see what else is there but I was access denied. I've seen the video's on rnli.org but rnlivideolibrary.org is a new one on me
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