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(21/03/2021)

In shock ,unbelievable and sadness we are writing this post that words can truly not express what we have to say.

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(20/03/2021)

Boyne Fishermen's Rescue emergency paging system activated at 11.09am.

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(14/03/2021)

Yesterday EMR Integrated Solutions visited our boathouse to follow up after the installation of our state of the art Motorola Turbo Net Communications system.

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(11/03/2021)

We would sincerely like to thank and express our gratitude to the Drogheda District Bridge Congress.

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(08/03/2021)

We are delighted to have teamed up with Scotch Hall Shopping Centre to provide a vital communications link for the services provided by the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service.

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(03/03/2021)

Boyne Fishermen's Rescue emergency paging system activated yesterday at 12.13pm.

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(22/02/2021)

Boyne Fishermen's Rescue emergency paging system activated at 21.13pm.

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(18/02/2021)

Boyne Fishermen's Rescue emergency paging system activated at 15.19pm.

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(17/02/2021)

Boyne Fishermen's Rescue emergency paging system activated at 18.07pm.

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(15/02/2021)

Boyne Fishermen's Rescue emergency paging system activated at 19.07pm.

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(06/02/2021)

Last night at 21.32pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist at De laucy Bridge Scotch hall.

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(31/01/2021)

Today at 15.52pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist at Mornington beach at maiden's tower.

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(30/01/2021)

Last night at 19.02pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist at Termonfeckin beach.

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(24/01/2021)

Today at 11.42am the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist at the mud flats at Mornington.

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(16/01/2021)

Last night shortly before 21.42pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service received a call for assistance from the East Meath Defibrillator Unit on Mornington beach.

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(02/01/2021)

Last night shortly before 23.42pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated to the reports of a missing person who may attempt to enter the river Boyne.

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(01/01/2021)

This Morning at 09.15am the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist out at a wildlife lake outside of Dunleer.

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(31/12/2020)

This evening shortly before 20.10pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated to reports of a possible person after entering the river Boyne at the Labour exchange area.

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(17/12/2020)

This afternoon shortly before 15.00pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist on Laytown beac

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(15/11/2020)

Our Flood rescue team has been busy !

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(14/11/2020)

Busy Busy Busy ⛑️ Following the high tides which we predicted earlier and heavy rainfall the low lying areas have received some tidal flooding due to the High Tide on the river Boyne tonight.

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(04/11/2020)

This morning shortly before 09.45am the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist on Mornington beach.

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(04/11/2020)

Call-out 04/11/2020 62/20

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(04/11/2020)

This afternoon shortly before 15.25pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist on Mornington beach. We dispatched a crew to the location

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(02/11/2020)

Last night at 21.44hrs the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated requesting the teams assistance on the River Dee in Ardee

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(31/10/2020)

This afternoon at 13.08hrs the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated requesting the teams assistance with a boat adrift at the mouth of the River Boyne.

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(22/10/2020)

This morning at 10.08hrs the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated requesting the teams assistance with a boat that was adrift and had been beached with the out going tide at the Mornington Bar.

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(20/10/2020)

A further 6 weeks lockdown announced. Remember folks not to panic and it's done for the health and safety of our public to stop the spread.

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(17/10/2020)

This morning at 10.08hrs the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated requesting the teams assistance with a boat adrift under the Boyne Cable Bridge.

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(16/10/2020)

Sad start to the weekend

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(16/10/2020)

This morning at 10.28hrs the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated to the reports of a person Attempting to Enter the water from the Bridge of peace in Drogheda.

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(11/10/2020)

Last night at 19.58hrs the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated requesting the teams assistance with a high risk missing persons search.

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(10/10/2020)

This afternoon at 15.38hrs the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated requesting the teams assistance with a person in the water in the Townley Hall area.

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(09/10/2020)

This afternoon shortly before 16.45pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist on Mornington beach. We dispatched a crew to the location.

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(01/10/2020)

On Thursday at 16.10hrs the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging sytem was activated to reports of a possible female attempting to enter the water from the D Hotel Area of the river Boyne.

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(25/09/2020)

**Person attempting to enter water**

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(23/09/2020)

Yesterday evening at 18.00hrs the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service where tasked to assist with a incident which occurred on the river Boyne.

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(20/09/2020)

*Person Attempting to Enter water * This morning shortly before 01.20 am the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated to reports of a person attempting to enter the water from the Bridge Of Peace area.

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(15/09/2020)

** Assistance Required ** Tonight shortly before 20.45pm the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service was requested to assist on Mornington beach.

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(13/09/2020)

** Person reported in the water **

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(10/09/2020)

** Person reported on the river bank **

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(06/09/2020)

** Person Attempting to Enter Water **

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(04/09/2020)

At 18.46hrs this evening the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue & Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated requesting the teams assistance to conduct a missing persons search.

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(01/09/2020)

At 18.56hrs this evening the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue & Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated to the reports of a male attempting to enter the river Boyne from the Dominic Street Bridge area.

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(21/08/2020)

At 00.58hrs this morning the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue & Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated requesting the teams assistance with concerns about a person acting suspicious at the rivers edge at Scotch Hall.

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(15/08/2020)

At 12.26hrs this afternoon the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue & Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated to the reports of a male attempting to enter the river Boyne from the De Laucy Bridge area at Scotch Hall.

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(15/08/2020)

At 19.26hrs this evening the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue & Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated requesting the teams assistance with concerns about a possible person on route to enter the river Boyne from an unknown location.

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(10/08/2020)

** Person Riverside of the railings **

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(06/08/2020)

At 12.55hrs this afternoon the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue & Recovery Service emergency paging system was activated to the reports of a female after entering the water from the Doners Green area of the river Boyne

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