NSRI urges beachgoers to be responsible after WC drowning incidents
This is after three drownings across the province on Tuesday.
CAPE TOWN - The National Sea Rescue Institute has again pleaded with beachgoers to be responsible and safe.
This is after three drownings across the province on Tuesday. In one tragedy, a man drowned at Blouberg beach.
The NSRI's Craig Lambinon: "Emergency services responded to Blouberg beach where we believe that lifeguards and members of the public had rescued a 30-year-old male from the water and CPR was in progress on arrival. CPR was continued by paramedics but sadly after all CPR efforts were exhausted, he was declared deceased."