Mystery: Emergency services called after men’s clothing found abandoned on Oslo Beach

Oslo Beach. STOCK PHOTO

A woman walking on the beach with her dogs at Oslo Beach last Saturday grew concerned after stumbling upon two sets of men’s clothing, folded and left in a neat pile on the sand, with no owners in sight.

YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN: WATCH: Search for man swept out to sea in Oslo Beach continues

Jeremiah Jackson, NSRI Shelly Beach station commander, said it was feared that the two people had gone swimming and had not returned.

 

Oslo Beach. STOCK PHOTO

NSRI rescue swimmers responded and the police,  the SAPS Search and Rescue unit, and Med-Evac ambulance services arrived to assist.

A shoreline search was conducted but there was no sign of anyone who had left clothing on the beach and no reports have been received of anyone missing that may relate to this – Jeremiah  Jackson

UVONGO BEACH:

On Sunday, the NSRI Shelly Beach duty crew was activated following reports of three people being swept out to sea after being caught in a rip current.

STOCK PHOTO

Mr Jackson reported that NSRI rescue swimmers, police search and rescue and Med-Evac ambulance services responded.

However, all three people were found to be safely ashore. Paramedics treated one of the group, a woman, for non-fatal drowning symptoms.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Like the South Coast Herald’s Facebook page, follow us on Twitter andInstagram

For news straight to your phone, add us on BBM 58F3D7A7 or WhatsApp 082 421 6033

 

  AUTHOR
Shona Aylward
Reporter

Latest News

COMMENTS

Top
Recommended Story x
Just in: Law enforcement officer accidentally shoots himself in abdomen

Thanks for your referral. We have no doubt your friends will love our newsletter as much as you!

Don't forget to verify your email.

to our FREE newsletter
SUBSCRIBE to our FREE newsletter.




SELECT your titles:

South Coast Herald


Get regular news updates sent directly to your inbox.

Your source of local breaking news and trending stories from across the country.

Be a part of our growing community

1MILFacebook Fans
98KTwitter Followers
5MILMonthly Readers
12MILArticles Published Every Month
72Local Community Websites

SUBSCRIBE to our FREE newsletter

SELECT your titles:

South Coast Herald

Get regular news updates sent directly to you inbox.

Your source of local breaking news and trending stories from across the country.

Be a part of our growing community

Subscribe Here
1MILFacebook Fans
98KTwitter Followers
5MILMonthly Readers
12MILArticles Published Every Month
72Local Community Websites
Your details:


Your friends: