Incidents in Port Edward and Jeffreys Bay

Picture attached: by NSRI Port Edward. The collapsed embankment.

PORT EDWARD: Alan Stilwell, NSRI Port Edward duty controller, said: At midday, Monday, 08 May, I stopped at my residence front gate after returning from the shops when I noticed a commotion and a mass of water flowing through my neighbours garden. On closer inspection I found neighbours and workers attempting to assist a labourer

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On Saturday the 6th of May, Station 37, Jeffreys Bay, held a water safety lesson for 12 youngsters, aged 6 to 13 years, from Oceanview, a local township. The weather was a little inclement so we did not get as large a turnout as we had hoped. This group is one taken under  the wing

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Incidents at Jeffreys Bay, Port Edward and Struisbaai

Source: Tripadvisor, view from Kitchen's Window Restaurant

JEFFREYS BAY: Reighard Janse van Rensburg, NSRI Jeffreys Bay station commander, said: At 13h28, Sunday, 12th February, NSRI Jeffreys Bay duty crew were activated following eye-witness reports of two paddlers on a double sea kayak appearing to be in difficulty off-shore of Kitchens Window Restaurant, Jeffreys Bay. We launched our sea rescue craft Project Group

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Reports for Jeffreys Bay, Port Elizabeth, Mossel Bay and Strandfontein:

By NSRI Jeffreys Bay. Shows the injured dolphin being cared for at Kabaljous Beach.

JEFFREYS BAY: A dolphin was returned to the sea by bystanders and later a severely injured dolphin was humanely euthanised. Ernie Schmidt, NSRI Jeffreys Bay deputy station commander, takes up the story: We dealt with two dolphin stranding incidents in Jeffreys Bay today. The first call came at about 07h50 this morning, Saturday, 07 January, reporting

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Incidents – Jeffreys Bay, Gordons Bay, Port Elizabeth, Shelly Beach, Wilderness, Plettenberg Bay, Kommetjie:

Picture attached: By NSRI Port Elizabeth. One of the seal pups being returned to Black Rock Island.

JEFFREYS BAY: Rieghard Janse van Rensburg, NSRI Jeffreys Bay station commander, said: At 16h22, Friday, 30th December, NSRI Jeffreys Bay duty crew responded following eye-witness reports suspecting a surfer lying motionless on his surf-board off-shore of Magna Tubes, Jeffreys Bay, a popular surf spot. On our arrival on the shoreline and observing through binoculars what looked

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