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Station 16 Strandfontein Sea Rescue crew have been having an amazing experience teaching children at their local schools about the ocean and water safety. The volunteer crew have used the quiet winter season to improve children water safety knowledge and focused on local conditions. They have taught their local school children about rip currents, to swim where and when lifeguards are on duty, about our Pink Rescue Buoys and how to do HandsOn CPR.Grant Grove teaches CPR at Lourier PrimaryGrant Grove and Nazeer January talks to Levana Primary about Sea Rescue’s Pink Rescue Buoys.Nazeer teaching about Pink Rescue Buoys at Lourier PrimaryNazeer talks to children at Nazeer at Delta Primary about rip currents
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