Park rangers in California help revive man at beach


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National Park Service (NPS) rangers helped to rescue a man from northern California’s South Beach.

The agency said Tuesday that at approximately 12:30 p.m. PDT the park was notified by the Marin County Sheriff’s Department that an adult male was reported to be unresponsive after being found face down in the surf. 

He had been surfing there with friends who pulled him from the water and began CPR.

The NPS said that rangers responded to the scene and took over patient care, eventually detecting a pulse and that the victim was breathing. 

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A view of Point Reyes National Seashore’s Kehoe Beach is seen in Inverness, Calif., on Tuesday, May 18, 2021. 
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He was transported to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital via Marin County’s Henry 1 helicopter.

Personnel from the Inverness Fire Department, California State Parks and Marin County Fire Department also responded to and assisted with the incident. 

A herd of elephant seals are seen along the Drakes Beach, which was closed during partial federal government shutdown, in Drakes Beach, California, in this recent photo released on Jan. 30, 2019. 

A herd of elephant seals are seen along the Drakes Beach, which was closed during partial…



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