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Eight people rescued at Bulli Beach, NSW, after being swept away by a rip


EIGHT people are swept away by a rip at a popular beach as Surf Life Saving boss warns Aussies are four times more likely to drown today

  • Eight people rescued at Bulli beach, NSW
  • Four times more likely to drown on Australia Day

Lifesavers are pleading with beachgoers to stay vigilant after eight people were swept away by a rip at a popular beach in New South Wales.   

Surf Life Saving NSW CEO Steve Pearce told Radio 2GB that on Australia Day swimmers are four times more likely to drown than on any other day.

It comes after surf life savers embarked on a massive rescue of eight people caught in a rip at Bulli beach on NSW’s north coast. 

Surf Life Savers have rescued eight people at Bulli Beach, NSW, after they were swept away by a rip

Surf Life Savers have rescued eight people at Bulli Beach, NSW, after they were swept away by a…



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