UK Civil Air Patrol Eastern England provide aerial observation for multi county incident
Date: 5th June 2018
Late evening of 5th June saw the start of a potentially serious flooding risk on the boarders of Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. An unauthorised reservoir on farmland had become over full and the dams were at imminent risk of collapse. As recent residential developments in the area also meant that the homes at risk did not appear on the Ordinance Survey Maps or Google Earth, the emergency services were unsighted on the locations for emergency planning. Sky Watch provided aerial observation that contributed to a safe conclusion to the incident. Read more about this item.
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Sky Watch NI were tasked by the Police Service of Northern Ireland to attend a search on the River Foyle on Saturday 11th February 2017 to assist in the search for a missing 23 year old.
A team of four responded and initially completed a search of the reed beds from Granshna Park area.
They then returned to Foyle Rescues Head Quarters to view the footage and then deployed on one of their boats to check and rule out some items on the video tape.
They then returned to Foyle Rescues Head Quarters to view the footage and then deployed on one of their boats to check and rule out some items on the video tape.See more items for Sky Watch Northern Ireland..