The National Sea Rescue Institutes says 15 people have been rescued in the past…

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The National Sea Rescue Institutes says 15 people have been rescued in the past…

The National Sea Rescue Institutes says 15 people have been rescued in the past 12 months by making use of their Pink Rescue Buoys. Spokesperson Craig Lambinon says the intention of the rescue programme is to provide easily accessible emergency flotation at drowning hot spots. To date, 300 buoys have been installed around the coastline and at rivers, dams and swimming pools. Beaches initially targeted were Wilderness, Plettenberg Bay, Dappat se Gat at Kogelbaai on the False Bay coast, Strand and Monwabisi near Khayelitsha. Lambinon says unfortunately due to repeated incidents of theft at five sites in the Strand, the buoys had to be withdrawn from this area. He says the NSRI remains extremely concerned about this, as the Strand is a known drowning hot spot. (Images: NSRI)



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