Lifeguards from Sagres rescue a German woman who fell on Ingrina beach

I was going coasteering

The crew of the Lifeguard Station in Sagres rescued a 28-year-old woman of German nationality yesterday afternoon, July 35, who suffered "an inadvertent fall while practicing coasteering, on Ingrina beach, on the coast of Bishop's Village.

The alert was received at 18:30 pm, through the Lisbon Maritime Search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC Lisboa), reporting that a person had fallen, says the National Maritime Authority.

Immediately, elements of the Lagos Maritime Police Local Command, the crew of the Sagres Lifeguard Station, elements of the “SeaWatch” Project and the Volunteer Firefighters of Vila do Bispo, as well as a team from the Medical Vehicle of Emergency and Resuscitation (VMER) of INEM.

The victim, who was conscious, was stabilized by elements of the “SeaWatch Project”, in collaboration with the Firefighters and the lifeguard crew, who transported him to the beach, where he was assisted by INEM. The woman was later transported to the hospital.