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22 December 2022 — News story
Tug towing pennant failure while assisting a berthing operation in Southampton, England, resulting in damage to its wheelhouse windows and injuries to its crew.
16 December 2022 — News story
Two men overboard from a prawn trawler in the Sound of Rùm, Scotland, with the loss of one life.
8 December 2022 — News story
Four lives lost during a commerical stand up paddleboard tour accident at Haverfordwest Town Weir on the River Cleddau in Wales.
2 December 2022 — News story
Fall of a suspended buoy from a workboat crane at a fish farm off the Isle of Muck, Scotland, resulting in serious injuries to a deckhand.
21 November 2022 — News story
Statement from our Chief Inspector, Captain Andrew Moll OBE, at the start of this year’s Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week.
3 October 2022 — News story
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