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Lifeboat crews rescue two kayakers off Burgh Island

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Lifeboat crews rescue two kayakers off Burgh Island

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Hope Cove Lifeboat, Salcombe RNLI and Prawle Point Coastguard Rescue Team came together to rescue two kayakers on Valentine's Day. 

The three rescue teams came together to rescue two kayakers who got into difficulty off Burgh Island.

Salcombe RNLI picked up the pair from the water, Hope Cove Lifeboat transferred them back to the shore and then Prawle Point Coastguard took over and ensured the kayakers' safety.

All images credit Hope Cove Lifeboat

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