It is rarely a good idea to surf when a storm hits the coast. It had a surfer also true in the united kingdom at the coastal town of Hastings during the storm Ciara, who hit the 9. February.
the Surfer would thus have to be saved in the country of a boat with the emergency personnel onboard. It writes the volunteer rescue Hastings Lifeboat on Twitter.
the coast of Hastings, the waves were extremely high and wild as a result of the storm, but it stopped not the surfer, and the board was pulled forward.
this despite The fact that the storm saw wind gusts of up to 93 miles per hour, equivalent to about 150 kilometers per hour.
the 112 - 9. feb. 2020 - pm. 12:45 Here will get the beating of the storm
the Storm was so powerful, that even the boat with the rescue workers were about to topple over. No person was hurt by the dramatic situation, informs RNLSI Lifeboat in Hastings on Twitter.
'After a dramatic video has been sent out by most of you, that we have been in deep water, but we are happy to report that we all are safe, well and unharmed, and the boat is unharmed and we have safely placed to port by the side of the @rnliEastbourne and we are on the way to Hastings now.'
After a dramatic video has been posted most of you know hat we've been #outonashout but we're happy to report that we're all safe, well and uninjured and the boat is undamaged and safely berthed next to @rnliEastbourne we're on our way back to #Hastings now.— Hastings Lifeboat (@Hastingsrnli) February 9, 2020
A user on Twitter by the name of Paul Hogg caught the dramatic situation on the video. He is, to put it mildly, not thrilled with the surfer's choice whether to take a trip out in the fierce waves.
'Brave people from the RNLI are out and bail a idiotic surfer at Hastings #StormCiara. Came home safely, folks,' writes Paul Hogg on Twitter.
the Storm Legion hit at the weekend, large parts of the Uk, and in Scotland was the wind force of up to 145 kilometres an hour. The storm led to floods in several places in the uk.
was Also the air traffic is hampered. Among other things, in the London Gatwick and Heathrow airports, where more flights were cancelled as a result of the severe weather.
We felt also for the storm in Denmark. You can read much more about here.
Community - 8. feb. 2020 - pm. 20:33 Ferries and flights are cancelled because of the storm
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the Surfer Toby Cunnigham came in serious problems, when he got beaten up by kæmpebølger. Video: Newsflare.
Another sports - 13. feb. 2019 - at. 10:34 Amazingly he survives: Surfer beaten by kæmpebølger
Also surfer Andrew Cotton getting wrong off on a huge wave. Video: AP/Newsflare.
Tom Lowe were beaten well and thoroughly, when he tried to tame the gigantic wave in Portugal
Other sport - 19. oct. 2018 - at. 19:54 Love video: Surfer smashed by huge wave