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Lifeboat called out as dinghy capsizes

OBAN lifeboat was launched on Sunday October 15 to help a capsized dinghy in Oban bay. At 11.49am the volunteer crew of the lifeboat were tasked by UK Coastguard to assist two people in the water whose dinghy had capsized off Dungallan Park in Oban bay.

The lifeboat Mora Edith MacDonald left the berth at 11.53am, arriving on scene a minute later. On arrival, it was established that the two people had been recovered to a sailing club rescue boat which was now en route to shore.

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