03 July 2014
The National Sea Rescue Institute in Shelly
Beach is continuing its search for a 7-year-old boy who was reportedly swept
out to sea by rip currents at Lucien Point in KwaZulu Natal.
It is believed that the child had been at
the beach with his mother and a child minder.
NSRI Spokesperson Craig Lambinon said we
started the extensive search for the boy by NSRI at areas around Shelly beach.
“Police search and Rescue, Emergency and
life guard services have been searching for the boy as no sign of the boy has
been found Lambinon.
Meanwhile in another incident two fisherman
aged 45 and 73-years-old were found after they went missing at Elands Bay on
It is believed they suffered motor failure
on their small open fishing boat requesting search and rescue.
The two fisherman suffered no
injuries. NSRI Spokesperson Craig
Lambinon said after the motor of their boat failed, they were found on their
boat at around 1am.
“They were brought to shore by NSRI and
re-united with their families Lambinon added.
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