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Lifeboat called twice in a day

THE volunteer crew of Oban lifeboat was called out twice in 12 hours last week.

The volunteer crew of Oban lifeboat manage to secure a line to the stricken fishing vessel.

The first incident began shortly after 1pm on Tuesday February 21 when the Mora Edith MacDonald responded to a commercial fishing vessel with a fouled propeller close to Inversanda Bay in Loch Linnhe.

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