Tuesday, December 27, 2011

NSRI urges parents to look after their children at the beach

Lauren Snyders
27 December 2011

The extreme heat and spring tides being experienced at coastal resorts has led to the National Sea Rescue Institute being extremely busy at East London, the Wilderness, Simonstown, Hermanus and Melkbosstrand in Cape Town.

Rescue workers were called on to treat patients for incidents ranging from near drowning, heat stroke, a seizure, an asthma attack and food poisoning.

Spokesperson Craig Lambinon has once again appealed to parents to take proper care of their small children.

This comes after the parents of three children, who nearly drowned at Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal, could not be found after the near tragedy.


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