Latest Rescue Stories
By MARCIA DUNN By Marcia Dunn The Associated Press CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. In an unprecedented step, a space shuttle was moved to the launch pad Friday for a trip NASA hopes it will never make - a rescue mission.
The space shuttle Endeavour was moved to a launch pad Friday as an emergency precaution, U.S. space officials said.
PHOTOS: » Sunk boat is raised, towed Divers with the Ventura company Channel Watch Marine, also known as Vessel Assist, helped tow the 43-foot Golden Seagull to King Harbor Marine Center on Monday after raising the boat from 50 feet of water off Redondo Beach.
By Kelly Puente LONG BEACH - The Long Beach Fire Department has sent a swift water rescue team of seven firefighters and seven lifeguards to Baton Rouge, one of the Louisiana cities hardest hit by Hurricane Gustav.
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South Western Ambulance Service is urging people not to get out of their depth after being called to help swimmers. The trust is urging people to make sure there is adequate supervision of children at all times, and to check currents, potential dangers and the depth of water.
By paul greaves Lifeguards came to the rescue of a father and son after an afternoon swim in the sea almost ended in tragedy.
LIFEGUARDS on a routine patrol at a beach had to abandon their 4x4 rescue vehicle after it became stuck in the sand. Despite their efforts on Coney Beach, Porthcawl, on Friday afternoon, the vehicle had to be abandoned as the tide came in.
A LIFEBOAT crew came to the rescue when a fishing boat was stranded in the sea. Tynemouth RNLI station's all-weather lifeboat attended at 3.40pm yesterday after the skipper of North Shields-based fishing boat Trudie May rang 999.
A FAMILY today thanked people who helped rescue their son when he was trapped on a beach as the tide came in. Andrew Booth, 15, who has Asperger's syndrome, got his leg trapped in mud as his mother, father, brother and sister went fossil hunting on Charmouth Beach in Dorset.
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