Intensive Search and Rescue Operation at Trearddur Bay Ends

Intensive Search and Rescue Operation at Trearddur Bay Ends

Search and Rescue Operation at Trearddur Bay Stood Down


A 24-Hour Search Amid Harsh Conditions Rescue crews, including the Coastguard, RNLI, and Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Team, engaged in a nearly 24-hour search for a person reportedly swept off rocks while fishing at Trearddur Bay.

The operation took place on Saturday evening through Sunday and involved efforts to navigate rough seas and high winds.

Emergency Services Respond to Distress Call North Wales police and ambulance services joined the search after receiving an alarm call on Saturday.

With reports of a person in danger, Trearddur Bay lifeboat station was alerted around 7 pm on July 29.


The seriousness of the situation prompted a request to the public to avoid the area during the ongoing operation.

The urgency of the situation triggered a swift response from multiple rescue teams and emergency services, highlighting the dedication and coordination among responders during critical incidents.

Heightened Efforts Continue on Sunday Even after an initial search on Saturday, the operation continued on Sunday.

A HM Coastguard helicopter was spotted above the area, and efforts persisted throughout the day.

North Wales Police provided updates and asked the public to stay away from Trearddur Bay to ensure the safety and efficiency of the ongoing rescue operation.


Stand Down of the Search By Sunday evening, reports indicated that the search had been stood down.

All lifeboats had returned to their bases on the island, and the search and rescue helicopter was no longer in the skies above Anglesey around 6 pm.

However, information about any remaining units on the ground at Trearddur Bay remained undisclosed.

Conclusion: The decision to stand down the search indicates that authorities may have exhausted all available leads or that the missing person was found.

While further details on the outcome are yet to be released, the joint efforts of the rescue teams and their swift response deserve recognition for their dedication to safeguarding lives in treacherous conditions.


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