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May 16, 2021

Body washed up on South Golden Beach

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A man apparently drowned while surfing at South Golden Beach this morning.

A spokesperson for Ambulance NSW told Echonetdaily paramedics had been called to Gloria Street at around8.40am.

She added that as the patient had died the matter has now been handed over to police.

Echonetdaily understands the body was found attached to a surfboard.

A NSW police spokesperson has yet to return Echonetdaily‘s calls

Just two weeks ago a 27-year-old Brisbane man died in rough surf at Brunswick Heads.

Another man drowned at Brunswick Heads in December last year, the third for 2104 in the same location.

 


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