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A total of 40 rescuers watch this summer the beaches of San Pedro del Pinatar (17/06/2017)

The monitoring and rescue device will be carried out on all eight beaches in the town, both in the Mar Menor and in the Mediterranean during the summer period.

The mayor of San Pedro del Pinatar, Visitación Martínez, and the Councilor for Civil Protection, Angela Gaona, today presented in the port Villa de San Pedro the surveillance and rescue device on beaches that throughout the summer will be operational on the beaches of The locality, accompanied by the Civil Protection team, the aquatic lifeguards and the president of the nautical club, Armando Cubero.

The mayor explained that, as in previous years, the surveillance service on beaches will be held from June 15 to September 30 on the beaches of the Mar Menor with Q certificate of Quality, as are La Puntica and Villananitos, as it is about Of the largest influx of swimmers.

The device, included in the Regional Copla Plan, is completed from July 1 to September 15 with all the beaches of the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean, made up of a total of 40 aquatic lifeguards, three more than the previous year, who will attend The beaches of La Puntica, Villananitos, La Mota, El Mojón, Torre Derribada, Barraca Quemada, Las Salinas and Punta de Algas.

Visit Martinez has highlighted as the main novelty that the beach of Punta de Algas, which was the only one in the municipality that in the last years did not have this service, has been equipped with surveillance, given the increase in people who frequent the Llana area, Which includes this beach.

The first mayor stressed that the main objective of this device is to get "0 victims by drowning" on the beaches of the locality, a work for which the rescuers have the support of the permanent Emergency and Civil Protection service, composed of 22 professionals and 100 volunteers.

For its part, the Councilor for Civil Protection has detailed that the device will be composed of 12 towers for surveillance and rescue and a chair of proximity on the beaches of the Mediterranean;

In addition to three surveillance, rescue and first aid stations, and five proximity chairs in the Mar Menor.

The rescue workers will also have four rescue canoes, supported by two water rescue bikes and two lifeboats.

In addition all the beaches are this year cardiosaludables, since they are endowed with DESA (semi-traumatic external defibrillator).

Among other rescue and prevention functions, the rescuers will also attend the accessible points of Villananitos and La Puntica, which have amphibious chairs and crutches to facilitate the bathing of the disabled, and inform bathers about the need to respect prevention measures.

In this regard, the Councilor for Civil Protection recalled that during the summer of 2016 3316 people were cared for and 29 rescues were made in the water.

First responders will be available from 11:30 to 19:30 hours and the surveillance service will be reinforced with information signs and signaling flags.

Source: Ayuntamiento de San Pedro del Pinatar

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