Port Edward responds to 3 seperate incidents

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John Nicholas, NSRI Port Edward station commander, said: At 12h00, Monday, 18th February, NSRI Station 32 Port Edward duty crew were activated following eye-witness reports of 3 people in difficulty in the surf at Port Edward main beach. Our duty crew responded to our sea rescue station to prepare to launch sea rescue craft and NSRI


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Man missing on the Sundays river:  

Ian Gray, NSRI Port Elizabeth station commander, said: At 18h14, Sunday, 17th February, NSRI Station 6 Port Elizabeth duty crew and the NMB (Nelson Mandela Bay) Water Rescue Network were activated following reports of 3 men reportedly caught in currents at the Sundays River Mouth. Blue Water Bay Surf Lifesaving lifeguards who had a rescue


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Weekend Incidents

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KLEINMOND: Schalk Boonzaaier, NSRI Kleinmond station commander, said: At 12h47, Sunday, 17th February, NSRI Station 42 Kleinmond were activated following reports of a patient requiring assistance at the caravan park following a non-fatal drowning accident. Our NSRI medics responded and WC Government Health EMS were activated. On arrival on the scene we treated a local


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Incidents: Mykonos & Durban

WEST COAST: At 06h10, Saturday, 16th February, NSRI Station 4 Mykonos duty crew were activated following reports of a fishing trawler taking water 20 nautical miles out to sea. While NSRI crew were responding to the sea rescue base to prepare to launch sea rescue craft TNPA (Transnet National Ports Authority) confirmed that all crew


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Durban and Oyster Bay Incidents

DURBAN: Clifford Ireland, NSRI Durban duty coxswain, said: At 15h50, Wednesday, 13th February, NSRI Station 5 Durban duty crew were activated by the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) following a request for medical assistance from a container ship at anchorage off-shore of Durban reporting 2 crew members fallen ill suffering from Malaria. The sea rescue


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Weekend Incidents

WILDERNESS: Mike Vonk, NSRI Wilderness deputy station commander, said: At 15h12, Saturday, 09th February, NSRI Station 23 Wilderness duty crew were activated following reports from members of the public at a Touws River campsite, Wilderness, of bystander CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) efforts being conducted on a man up the river from the camp site. Our NSRI rescue


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