CPR Performed on Collaroy Beach, Northern Beaches, Sydney.
A sad incident on the Northern Beaches where members of the public have performed CPR on a man who unfortunately has passed away. CPR is crucial life skill to learn and a massive congratulations should go to the people who got involved to help this man. Please remember that doing something is better than nothing when faced with a first aid situation. Follow the DRSABCD guidelines and you might be able to help a family member, friend or another member of the public.
Please get trained in CPR and first aid to help keep the Northern Beaches a safe place – it is a life saving skill that you may need one day.
Manly Daily, Manly Daily
February 20, 2018 6:07pm
A man has died at Collaroy Beach, on Sydney’s northern beaches, this afternoon.
Police said emergency services were called to Collaroy, just before 4.30pm, after a man was found unconscious in the water.
Members of the public commenced CPR on the man, aged in his 70s, before surf lifesavers arrived.
NSW Ambulance Paramedics and police attended, but he died at the scene.
Officers from Northern Beaches Police Area Command have commenced investigations into the incident.
Initial inquires suggest there are no suspicious circumstances.
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