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Thanks to another generous sponsorship by Massmart our NSRI Rescue Base in Port Elizabeth has received two gas heaters.The crew are currently operating out of containers whilst their base undergoes a much needed facelift and the recent icy weather meant that the wind was blowing through the operations and change rooms making even the most basic task such as putting on a wetsuit difficult.The heaters will assist the crew to warm the containers and will later be used in the new base buiding.IMG_0351 RESIZED IMG-20140730-WA0000
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