Happisburgh: Man Rescued After Being Hit By A Jet-Ski

17 June 2013, 09:51

A man was rescued by volunteers from Happisburgh's lifeboat after he was hit on the head by a jet-ski.

It happened at 12:50pm yesterday (16th June). The man, in his early 20s, was found by his brother. He was facing down in the water after coming off his jet-ski. His brother pulled him to shore and called for help.

Volunteers from Happisburgh's Lifeboat station had just finished their morning training. They gave first aid to the man and called 999.

An ambulance and the air ambulance attended. The man was given oxygen and was then taken to the N&N hospital for treatment.

Happisburgh and Mundesley Coastguard, Police and land Ambulance also attended the scene.

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