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Sunday Patrol data 4/3/18

Sunday Patrol data 4/3/18

Surf Life Saving Northern Region management is deeply saddened by the tragic deaths at Pakiri and Goat Island and wishes to express its condolences to the families and friends of the two people who drowned.

At the patrolled beaches there were a number of rescues and assists: Bethells Beach - two rescues and four major first aid interventions; Mangawhai Heads one rescue and two assists along with a major first aid and two minor first aid treatments; at Raglan, a late in-water search saw a person located and safely returned to shore. East coast conditions were very rough and Whangarei Heads closed its beach for two hours at the start of today.


Saturday 3 March

No. of people rescued 4
No. of people assisted 13
No. of major 1st aids 7
No. of minor 1st aids 12
No. of searches 1
No. of PA's 130
No. of Public Involved 484
Peak headcount 3266
Total hours worked 1117

Sunday 4 March

No. of people rescued 1
No. of people assisted 0
No. of major 1st aids 1
No. of minor 1st aids 5
No. of searches 2
No. of PA's 210
No. of Public Involved 365
Peak headcount 4166
Total hours worked 1096.5

Weekend total

No. of people rescued 5
No. of people assisted 13
No. of major 1st aids 7
No. of minor 1st aids 12
No. of searches 1
No. of PA's 130
No. of Public Involved 484
Peak headcount 3266
Total hours worked 1117

Year to date

No. of people rescued 307
No. of people assisted 527
No. of major 1st aids 118
No. of minor 1st aids 713
No. of searches 187
No. of PA's 34982
No. of Public Involved 108839
Peak headcount 355957
Total hours worked 76720.43


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