Two women died after being swept off rocks with a third woman at Kurnell in the Sutherland Shire


In short In the ocean at Kurnell in the Sutherland Shire, three women were swept off rocks. The two women were pulled unconscious from the water and she’s unable to be revived. The third woman tries to make it back to shore.

  • What’s next?  The police came for an investigation and circumstances were identified.
  • In Sydney’s South Ocean, two women have died after they washed off rocks.
  • They called emergency service to cap Solander st Kurnell on Monday in Sutherland Shire at about 4:30 pm. The public back onto the shore and one woman was able to climb onto rocks and was helped by a member. The police assistance NSW, for the other two women POIAir searched the ocean. Pulled from the ocean. both women were found unconscious.   
  • The toll helicopter doctors and paramedics treated the woman at the scene when they were unable to revive her.  

Police have established an investigation into the matter, but there are no suspicious circumstances have been identified about the death. the women are yet to be identified. To the corner, women’s reports will be prepared.  the women were not fishing a police source told ABC that there was no equipment found at the site. After two weeks exactly around the same area in Kurnell, the two fishermen were drowned after they also swept off the rocks. 

The pair of fishermen were identified later as Nepalese nationals aged in their 20s. Justin Scarr CEO of Royal Life Saving Society said that the deaths were tragic for all involved” He said we all do know that people underestimate the risks of slippery rocks face on incoming tides on waves and we know wave action in and around rocks platform are risky. Quite often people themselves getting trouble by simply being unaware of the risk.

 A” Black spot” is the area where a drowning occurs said Mr Scarr. Mr Scarr said that Royal Life Saving and Surf Life Saving were identified as black spots for drowning all across the country including places on beaches but also rock platforms and Inland waterways

the programs were generally looked at very carefully for people’s awareness that drowning in those locations where most people die swept from the rocks, initially range response to include public awareness campaigns, dealing with directly to the community members, and also putting some cases to increasing the rescue responses. 

the general manager of Life Saviour Rescue Helicopter Shane Daw said to organised to wanted to remind the people to watch out for the waves and think about those slippery rocks because you swept into the wave so please think about those areas and we are urging the public and anybody about the area where you’re going and potentially take the risk that is posed by you do not climb those rocky areas.

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