Crosshaven RNLI praised after appearing on the BBC
Updated: Mar 3, 2020
Crosshaven RNLI are being showered with praise after appearing on 'Saving Lives at Sea' on the BBC on Wednesday evening.
The documentary series, which shows the tireless work done by the unpaid volunteers of more than 2000 RNLI lifeboat stations, showed Jenna, Vince and the crew from Crosshaven saving a fisherman who has been bitten by the shark that he has just caught.
There was also be a feature on two teenage boys who jumped off a harbour wall in the UK and were in danger of “secondary drowning” after being saved.
The episode has received acclaim from people all across Ireland and the United Kingdom, with people highlighting the bravery and commitment of the volunteers from the RNLI.
Saving Lives at Sea will be back next Wednesday evening at 8:00pm on BBC 2.