Breaking Folkestone KENT

Trio rescued by Coastguard and Fire crews after getting stuck in the mud after dare goes terribly wrong in Folkestone than give it the bird

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Coastguard teams and a specialist swift water rescue team from Kent Fire and Rescue were called to the beach on Saturday and two mud rescue technicians helped free those who had got into difficulties at the harbour in Folkestone as waves smashed against the harbour wall.

The trio was rescued after one woman became stuck up to her knees in thick mud at The Slade a notorious beach in Folkestone,

Emergency services rushed to save the trio who ran into difficulty in the boggy sand just after 10am on Saturday 8th January 2022

Coastguard teams were called to the beach and two mud rescue technicians worked with Kent Fire and rescue to free two woman and a man.

 

Slightly shocked the trio tried to get themselves free but the suction was too great and they became gripped by the sticky mix of sand, water, and mud after the dare had gone terribly wrong.

Two of the mud rescue technicians were kitted up and they ventured forth to help free those trapped along with firefighters who then used an inflatable path to help bring those back to dry land.

 

All three were checked by Paramedics from the South East Coastguard ambulance before thanking and joking with their rescuers and going on their way caked in mud in spare socks given to them by the coastguard. One man gave it the bird as he walked away.

 

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