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Marc de Vos, NSRI Table Bay station commander, said:At 22h55, Tuesday, 20th August, NSRI Table Bay duty crew, accompanied by WC Government Health EMS rescue paramedics, launched the sea rescue craft Spirit of Vodacom and rendezvoused with a container ship off-shore of the Port of Table Bay.NSRI rescue crew and the EMS rescue paramedics were transferred onto the ship and a 22 year old Filipino male patient with a medical condition, that had been arranged earlier in the day to be transferred from the ship to hospital on the ships arrival in Table Bay, was medically assessed by the EMS rescue paramedics and in a stable condition he was transferred onto the sea rescue craft and brought to shore without incident and he has been transported to hospital by ER24 ambulance services.TO REPORT A SEA RESCUE EMERGENCY DIAL 112 FROM A CELLPHONE
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