TWO potentially serious incidents at Ulverstone yesterday left surf lifesavers urging people to be careful at the beach. Surf lifesavers were kept busy with three separate rescues involving five people, four of which were children. Patrol captain Steve Crocker said the first rescue involved a man who had swallowed a lot of water needing a lift into shore from a lifesaver.
Later, a wind change made conditions hazardous.
“To the west of the surf club, four children had lost their rubber raft which had started to cartwheel out to sea,” Crocker said. “They swam after it and got caught in the rip. We had to give two of them a lift in.”
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