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Rescue at Las Viudas beach Los Cabos

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Cabo’ s Local Navy Search and Rescue Team successfully saved a 54 year old man who was swept out to sea by strong waves at Cabos Viudas Beach.


The surveillance team on the beach were quick to raise an emergency alarm getting a boat, with specially trained rescue personnel, out to the man in record time.  Both teams were part of the Operation Lifesaver 2016.

Director of  ZOFEMAT, Juan Adolfo Orci, informs swimmers that there will be 14 permanent life guards on duty, from 8am-8pm, throughout the summer at the main beaches - Santa Maria, Chileno, Palmilla, Widows and the tourist corridor. Most of the resort hotels also have lifeguards. And there are up to 170 staff engaged in surveillance, security and cleaning programs.


It’s the middle of high season - the weather is wonderful, and the beaches are crowded. But the groudswell and strong waves are still here. Care and caution is needed at all times. 

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