The trawler Terri Louise WD 246 became disabled and nearly sank off White Gap, Curracloe, Ireland. The trawler was fishing when it struck bottom and the hull was holed. The Terri Louise had rapid water ingress and the vessel was close to sinking. The crew sent out a distress call with a helicopter from the Marine Rescue Control responding along with the RNLI lifeboat from Rosslare. The helicopter was able to lower a dewatering pump to the trawler. With the pump in operation, the water ingress was brought under control. The RNLI lifeboat reached the scene and escorted the Terri Louise back to port at Kilmore Quay.