The National Sea Rescue Institute says their pink rescue bouy, which was removed on…

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The National Sea Rescue Institute says their pink rescue bouy, which was removed on…

The National Sea Rescue Institute says their pink rescue bouy, which was removed on Wednesday night in Jeffreys Bay, has been returned. CCTV cameras captured four teenagers removing the life saving device from its post at Point Beach, Wavecrest. The luminous pink life saving floatation devices are unique to the NSRI and have to date saved 16 lives. NSRI spokesperson Craig Lambinon says the bouy was returned to NSRI station 37 at J Bay. They also received an apology. It will be back in place tomorrow.

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