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NSRI is putting up Pink Rescue Buoys on beaches and near rivers & dams around the country.The aim is to provide flotation for a member of the public to throw to someone in difficulty in the water. The local emergency number is on the sign as well as a request to return the buoy after use.Thanks to Rieghard and his crew at NSRI Station 37 [J-Bay] who created this clip to help us spread the word.....To sponsor a Pink Rescue Buoy, click here - https://sea-rescue-supporter.myshopify.com/collections/help-save-a-life
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