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At 12h51, Wednesday, 22nd March, NSRI Strandfontein duty crew were placed on alert and 2 NSRI Strandfontein rescue swimmers were dispatched to stand-by at Sonwabi Beach, between Strandfontein and Muizenberg, where the City of Cape Town were dealing with a whale carcass in the breaker surfline.There were no incidents and the City of Cape Town have removed the whale from the beach and NSRI Strandfontein were released from the stand-by.MonwabisiPicture shows the whale carcass being moved onto the beach for disposal. TO REPORT A SEA RESCUE EMERGENCY DIAL 112 FROM A CELLPHONE
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