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Old 09 August 2013, 10:17   #11
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another chilling rescue story - always knew the RNLI were the cream of the brunch....

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Old 09 August 2013, 11:27   #12
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Bet the driver felt a right Nugget. His excuse for not tying the fridge down was wafer thin.
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Maybe it capsized because there were too many people - was it Chokablok?

Maybe they were temporarily dazzled by a reflection and the Sun Maid it happen?

To get their so quickly the RNLI must have Zoomed to the scene - a good job as their is nothing so scary as seeing a Mango overboard.

(I'd better not say any more - Walls have ears you know).

The least said about the Nobblie Bobblie the better.
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Old 09 August 2013, 11:52   #14
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Wonder if it was Ben and Jerry driving the boat? Mindu could ave happened on a Sundae!!
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Old 09 August 2013, 14:38   #15
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BBC News - Three rescued from capsized ice cream boat off Hengistbury Head

I think the coding ( or lack of) on these boats may have been discussed before at some point ?

Good work again by my local ILB crew . I wonder if they all got a flake for good service ?
Interesting! We came very close to buying this boat and operating it in Chi Harbour!

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Old 09 August 2013, 16:06   #16
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Very chilling, i heard as soon as lifeboat launched ... Zoom zoom they were on the scene, hope mr softy and mr whippy are ok. It melted my heart to hear they are ok. Lol.

I saw an ice creame boat in studland bay the other day, what a great job, they were tied up to a yacht taking a break, theyneven went for a swim. Cant see they make much money as they were still taking a break an hour later.
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Did they cone off the area?
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Numpties ! just not sure if thats the people in the boat or the flaky comments that followed
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Numpties ! just not sure if thats the people in the boat or the flaky comments that followed
Could have been worse....

...they could have sunk without a Ripple.
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I expect the operation has been frozen until the incident is investigated
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