Missing man, fire and fatal drowning

SHELLY BEACH: Jeremiah Jackson, NSRI Shelly Beach station commander, said: At 05h30, Sunday, 04th March, NSRI Shelly Beach duty crew, SA Police Services Search and Rescue and Medivac ambulance services searched at Margate Pier where a 34 year old Eastern Cape man is reported to have drowned. An extensive search revealed no sign of the


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Unclaimed clothing found on beach & fishing boat aground

OSLO BEACH: Jeremiah Jackson, NSRI Shelly Beach station commander, said: At 07h05, Saturday, 10th February, NSRI Shelly Beach duty crew were activated following reports from an eye-witness walking on the beach at Oslo Beach (near to Port Shepstone) where the eye-witness, walking her dogs on the beach, grew concerned after happening upon 2 sets of clothing folded and on the


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Assistance to emergency services – Swellendam. Yacht anchored close to shore investigated – Pumula:

SWELLENDAM: Reinard Geldenhuys, NSRI Agulhas station commander, said: At 20h30, Saturday, 27th January, Overberg Fire and Rescue Services requested the assistance of NSRI Agulhas at a swift water incident on the Buffeljachs River near to Swellendam. A motor vehicle with two occupants had been washed off a bridge. An NSRI rescue swimmer team were immediately dispatched and while en-route it was reported that


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Incidents at Umkomaas, Shelly Beach, Mossel Bay:

UMKOMAAS: Correction: Keryn van der Walt was not the skipper of the dive charter boat at the time – but contributed to the media statement as Spokesperson for Agulhas House… Corrected media statement below…. At 07h13, Friday, 08th December, the Agulhas House charter craft Agulhas 3 capsized while launching from Umkomaas for a scuba diving trip to Aliwal


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Floods

NSRI Durban, NSRI Shelly Beach and NSRI Port Edward and emergency services are fully deployed assisting at floods in and around the Kwa-Zulu Natal North and South coasts. NSRI Durban dispatched their sea rescue vehicle and rescue swimmers fully kitted in wet suits. NSRI Port Edward dispatched their sea rescue vehicle and Discovery Rescue Runner


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