Queensferry women airlifted to hospital after Llandudno lifeboat rescue.
Llandudno RNLI inshore lifeboat was launched at 11.50am today 14 May following a report that a woman was in the sea off Penrhyn Bay.
Launching from Llandudno’s north shore, the RNLI lifeboat reached the scene within minutes and found the 42-year-old woman, a visitor from Queensferry, on the rock armour breakwater.
The volunteer RNLI crew quickly ascertained that the casualty had a lower leg injury, and accompanied by and RAF Paramedic carried her along the breakwater and beach to a waiting RAF Valley Sea King helicopter which had been called to airlift her to hospital.
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