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Mike Shaw, NSRI Mykonos station commander, said:At 18h25, Thursday, 12 November, NSRI Mykonos duty crew diverted the sea rescue craft Jacqueline, during routine training exercises, to respond to Paradise Beach, near to Spreeuwalle, on Langebaan Lagoon, to assist the SA Police Services and WC Government Health Forensic Pathology Services, who were were on the scene at a suspected fatal drowning incident.The body of a 47 year old local man was recovered from the beach onto our sea rescue craft and brought to the Mykonos Marina where the body of the man was taken into the care of WC Cape Government Health Forensic Pathology Services.It is suspected that the man may have drowned during the late afternoon.Police have opened an inquest docket.
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