Two rescued after being cut off by tide near Seymour Tower
TWO people have had to be rescued after being cut off by the incoming tide near Seymour Tower.
The Fire and Rescue Service responded to the incident in one of their inshore lifeboats at around 4pm on Sunday (2 August).
Two others, who also got cut off, managed to make their way back to shore unaided.
Ahead of 35ft [10.7 metre] spring tides due later this week, firefighters are now urging anyone planning on visiting the coastline to ensure they have checked tide times beforehand.
More information on how to stay safe around Jersey's coastline is available by clicking here.
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