Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive via rescue vessel.
The RCM-SAR 5 crew, based in Crescent Beach, made a special delivery Sunday (Dec. 10) with their dedicated rescue vessel, to ensure Santa and Mrs Claus’ safe arrival to the Crescent Beach Yacht Club for their annual pancake breakfast event at the clubhouse.
This year, an estimated 50-60 kids and parents attended. Santa’s arrival – complete with a gift for every child – came after breakfast and gingerbread-cookie decorating.
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Our Annual Rock & Roll Dance was a FUN-tastic Event! THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING RCMSAR5 so we can continue to Save Lives at Sea!
Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue – Station 64 Prince Rupert
INCIDENT: PAN PAN for unknown medical call.
At 1520 RCMSAR 64 was paged for medical assistance. Crew departed 11 mins after the call.
Fishing vessel had a crew member in need of immediate medical assistance.
Approximately 20 nautical miles away at Squataree our Falkins class vessel arrived in about 30 minutes. Person was already being attended by CCG Prince Rupert crew (they arrived on their open vessel Hurricane Zodiac 753).
CCG crew and RCM SAR crew worked together to load up the stretcher into our vessel. We nosed in our boat into the fishing boat due to 4-5 foot waves and 25 knot winds on scene. Patient was transfered thru forward bow door into our warm cabin.
Quick transfer back to Prince Rupert and patient was handed off to waiting ambulance.
Fantastic inter-agency collaboration from CCG, RCM-SAR and BC Ambulance to assist patient in need.