QLD lifesavers ready for patrol season

Updated December 15 2015 - 3:59pm, first published September 19 2014 - 4:00am
Last year proved to be a busy season for Surf Life Saving Queensland’s volunteer members, with North Barrier lifesavers spending more than 17,800 hours on patrol, performing 3,155 preventative actions, 98 first aid treatments and, most importantly, directly saving four lives in the process.
Last year proved to be a busy season for Surf Life Saving Queensland’s volunteer members, with North Barrier lifesavers spending more than 17,800 hours on patrol, performing 3,155 preventative actions, 98 first aid treatments and, most importantly, directly saving four lives in the process.

THOUSANDS of volunteer surf lifesavers across Queensland will return to the state’s beaches on Saturday, September 20 as Surf Life Saving Queensland (SLSQ) kicked off its 2014/15 patrol season.

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