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Volunteer Marine Rescue Southport
2 days ago
Being part of a VMR crew isn't all about going out in Rescue boats, towing broken down vessels and jump starting those with flat batteries. VMR volunteers undertake a high level of training in order to ensure that those members of the boating community who require our assistance are afforded a very high level of service. A large part of crew training includes First Aid. On Saturday, 2 of VMR Southport's 1st Responders and several crew members were put to the test with the horrific boating accident they attended at Wavebreak Island. At the request of Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS), VMR Southport were requested to dispatch 1st Responders to the scene, whilst it was requested a 2nd VMR vessel be available to transport attending Emergency Paramedics. Nothing could prepare any of the attending VMR personnel for what they were about to witness, given the horrendous injuries sustained. These types of incidents highlight the importance of the training here at VMR.VMR Southport would like to commend everyone involved in Saturdays incident and we hope the patient makes a speedy recovery.24/7 Marine Assistance. 📞55911300 ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
A great shot of Marine Rescue 3 and 4 side by side on our boat ramp taken this afternoon after being fuelled and washed by White Crew 🛥🛥 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago
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Woman’s leg caught in boat’s propeller at Wavebreak
A WOMAN has been rushed to hospital in a serious condition after her leg was caught in a boat’s propeller at Wavebreak Island on the Gold Coast.