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Surin Beach lifeguards coming next week, says MaAnn

By The Phuket News

 

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A family regain their breath at the water’s edge while strong waves pound the shore. Photos: The Phuket News / file

 

PHUKET: Trained, qualified lifeguards will be on patrol at Surin Beach by next week, MaAnn Samran, Chief of the Cherng Talay Tambon Administration Organisation (OrBorTor), has told The Phuket News.

 

 

 

“Lifeguards will be on patrol at Surin Beach lifeguards next week. The tentative start start is July 15 (Monday),” Mr MaAnn explained in a phone interview yesterday (July 9).

 

“There will be five lifeguards and a lifeguard team leader with five automated external defibrillator (AEDs), a jet-ski and other surf life-saving equipment at their disposal,” he said.


Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/surin-beach-lifeguards-coming-next-week-says-maann-72074.php#whYGkGMHJEDDQTea.99 

 

 

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Surin Beach lifeguards coming next week, says MaAnn

Retarded ejeculation?

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Not sure why you would come to Thailand in the rainy season, where the seas are rough, and most beaches abandoned until the next high-season (cough-cough).

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Where did they go and why aren't they there daily once the monsoon changes?  Rhetorical question is is MaAnn breaking out some of his budget up there to appear to be safety conscious?

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When I was living in Phuket there was an Aussie called Diver who was a volunteer lifeguard on Surin beach, what happened to him? Kicked out of the country because of no work permit or what? 

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He's still here, has a bar in Kamala.

When I was living in Phuket there was an Aussie called Diver who was a volunteer lifeguard on Surin beach, what happened to him? Kicked out of the country because of no work permit or what? 


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13 hours ago, HiSoLowSoNoSo said:

When I was living in Phuket there was an Aussie called Diver who was a volunteer lifeguard on Surin beach, what happened to him? Kicked out of the country because of no work permit or what? 

He was kicked off Surin when the military took over and was intent on making it a 'natural' beach .

So now its got tents and shanties all over it - rubbish everywhere , and no loos. Lovely beach but..

Diver can be seen exercising on neighbouring Kamala Beach daily - he has a bar on the main road at Kamala. He was responsible for many dozens of rescues at Surin over the years.

The death and near death of a father and son at Surin last Wednesday has caused this reaction.

There wasnt a lifesaver , a rescue board or even a lifering available  for many months there  - and its a very 'open' beach..

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Posted (edited)

MaAnn would appreciate it if all those swimmers intending to drown this week could possibly wait a week or so.

Edited by Reigntax

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