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On Sunday afternoon on the 12th of April, our Jeffreys Bay crew practiced a combined scenario exercise involving a surfer/swimmer trapped on the rocks at Super Tubes Surf Spot in Jeffreys Bay.Only 1 Crew member and the Station Commander knew it was an exercise, with all crew responding and treating the patient as if he was a real casualty. Compliments to Dean for acting the part!The exercise was supported by EMS Metro, with an Ambulance and their Rescue Crew responding, as well as Jeffrey Bay SAPS and Private Care Ambulance Services.A big thank you to Jaco Els for the images.IMG_0010 IMG_0018 IMG_0035 IMG_0052
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