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Last night our Durban Sea Rescue volunteers provided emergency medical support for the popular Durban leg of the City Jump Challenge.The crew started the evening before the race started doing a walk through the course at Ushaka Wet & Wild. This gave the them an understanding of possible obstacles which might pose a challenge during the race.The event was well organized. There were only two minor medical incidents – a cut foot and a sprained ankle.The participants looked like they were having so much fun, that the Sea Rescue Durban crew have decided to enter a NSRI team in 2016.City Jump Challenge 2015 013 City Jump Challenge 2015 021 City Jump Challenge 2015 030 City Jump Challenge 2015 032
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