Dramatic footage shows little girl rescued by RNLI on bank holiday weekend

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Dramatic footage shows little girl rescued by RNLI on bank holiday weekend” – below is their description.

Dramatic footage shows the RNLI rushing to rescue a little girl who had drifted out to sea on an inflatable dinghy off the coast of Kinmel Bay, Wales.

The child was a few hundred metres out from the shore of the seaside village in Conwy County Borough, north-east Wales.

Read more on our free-to-read article here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/06/01/watch-dramatic-footage-shows-little-girl-rescued-rnli-bank-holiday/

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