Man dies, crewmate in hospital after boat capsizes
A man has died after a boat capsized leaving him and his crewmate stranded in the water on the NSW south coast. Emergency services were called following reports a small boat had capsized attempting to enter Narooma Bar about 11. When you have just about any questions relating to wherever as well as tips on how to utilize cpr training adelaide (https://soundcloud.com/cprcertificationpit), it is possible to contact us at the web page. 25am on Wednesday. A man, believed to be in his 70s, was rescued from the water by Marine Rescue personnel and taken to a nearby beach. Paramedics performed CPR but were unable to revive the man, police said. A woman, believed to be in her 60s, was also rescued by a passing boat. She was taken to Moruya Hospital for further treatment. Officers from South Coast Police District and the Marine Area Command commenced an investigation into the incident. A report will be prepared for the coroner. Marine Rescue NSW Monaro Zone Duty Operations Manager Glenn Sullivan described the bar conditions at the time as “moderate to rough”. The vessel has since washed ashore following the change of tide. The Narooma coastal bar is a popular waterway for general boating and fishing but visitors are advised to check the sometimes hazardous conditions before crossing the inlet. “It’s the most – if not one of the most – dangerous bars in NSW,” a Marine Rescue NSW spokesman told AAP. Fisherman Harry De Haas, 75, died in 2020 after passing through the stretch of water when his small boat capsized.