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Lodewyk van Rensburg, NSRI Oyster Bay station commander, said:At 16h40, Wednesday, 23 June, NSRI Oyster Bay and NSRI Oyster Bay satellite station (Storms River) duty crew were activated following reports of a female fallen on rocks at Storms River Mouth.NSRI crew, SA National Parks rangers, SA Police Services, WC Government Health EMS, Kareedouw Fire and Rescue Services responded.A SANParks craft was launched and an EMS paramedics, NSRI crew and SANParks rangers were transported to rocks where a 48 year old female, from Saudi Arabia, was declared deceased.It appears that the female was with her husband and two males, one believed to be a guide, when she fell from a height onto rocks.NSRI crew and SANParks rangers recovered the body of the female with Police cooperation.The body of the female has been taken into the care of EC Government Health Forensic Pathology Services.Police have opened an inquest docket.Condolences are conveyed to family of the deceased female.
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