Lifeboat and coastguard help 'disorientated' man off cliff path

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The lieboat crew spotted the man and directed the coastguard team to his position
The lieboat crew spotted the man and directed the coastguard team to his position

A report that a man had become disorientated on the Pembrokeshire coast path led to a mercy mission by Tenby RNLI and St Govans coastguard rescue team.

Tenby’s relief all-weather lifeboat was launched at around midday yesterday, Thursday May 26, to go to the vicinity of the coast path in the Manorbier area.

The lifeboat was on scene 15 minutes later and after a brief search, located the man on the cliff path between Manorbier and Swanlake.

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The volunteer crew then alerted members of St Govans coastguard rescue team onto the position and stood by while they escorted him along the path to Manorbier.

The lifeboat returned to station, arriving at 1.35pm.

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