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Thirteen coastguard ships, two helicopters, six private fishing boats and two navy vessels searched areas near where the Hyunjin-ho capsized, but failed to find the two missing men.
TWO people trapped in mud had to be hauled out by hand by coastguard rescue crews battling against an incoming tide.
In a statement, the Coastguard said: "Yet again this latest incident shows the lack of education of car owners taking their vehicles on the beach, even people using 4x4s can easily get stuck.
A spokesman for the Humber Coastguard said it was during low tide when the incident happened.
The National Defence Department said the Tunisian Navy has contacted the Libyan coastguards who are willing to settle the dispute amicably as soon as possible.
Coastguard area commander Pete Summers said: "We are very concerned for the safety of this man.
The Coastguard Command carried out a series of awareness-enhancing functions at Al-Jazair Beach in the Southern Governorate and Asry Coast, in the Dry Dock, Muharraq.
This means Milford Haven CGOC will be connected to the National Maritime Operations Centre (NMOC) in Hampshire and other Coastguard stations around the country, which will be able to offer mutual support during busy periods.
Swansea Coastguard were called to the incident at 5pm yesterday, along with the Welsh Ambulance Service.
Members of the Public and Commercial Services Union refused to let Clyde Coastguard bosses go ahead with the "dangerous" two-day trial.
QUETTA, March 05, 2012 (Balochistan Times): Pakistan Coastguards seized a huge cache of drugs after exchange of fire with the members of an international drug cartel in Pinwan area of Gwadar district Sunday.
Drew Mahood, watch manager at Humber Coastguard, said: "Coastguards do not spend all of their time dealing with incidents on cliffs, at the beach or out to sea.
The Maltese-registered Arctic Sea and its 15-strong Russian crew have not been heard from since communicating with British Coastguards as it prepared to enter the Strait of Dover from the North Sea at 1.
Shuja maintained that three boats belonging to Somali pirates intercepted the Saudi ship and opened fire before the Yemeni coastguards arrived and chased them away.