Hectic week for coastal rescue services

Hectic week for coastal rescue services
The hot weather means that more people are out and about the coastal rescue services in Donegal are correspondingly busy.

The hot weather means that more people are out and about the coastal rescue services in Donegal are correspondingly busy.

Denis Moloney of Malin Head Coast Guard said they’ve co-ordinated responses to fifteen incidents in the last number of days alone.

On Wednesday morning, an 18 year old female collapsed and lost consciousness on Arranmore Island and was taken by the Sligo helicopter to Letterkenny General Hospital. She is understood to be doing well now.

For the full story see Monday’s Donegal Democrat and Donegal People’s Press.