W Cape NSRI delivers healthy baby boy

The mother and baby were transported to hospital and both are reportedly doing well.
The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) has responded to a number of incidents in the Western Cape.

At Strandfontein, duty crew assisted with the delivery of a baby boy. This, after a pregnant woman arrived at the sea rescue base reporting contractions.

The mother and baby were transported to the hospital, and both are reportedly doing well.

NSRI also responded to a near-drowning at Strandfontein where a man was rescued.

At Strand, a 25-year-old woman suffered non-fatal drowning symptoms. She was transported to the hospital in a critical condition.

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