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Victorian surf lifesaver heads to the Libyan coast to help rescue refugees


Even after 11 months, Simon Lewis can't forget the faces of the children. In January, the surf lifesaver left the golden sands of St Kilda beach to join an international crew rescuing refugees off the Greek coast. SHAREShare on Facebook SHAREShare on Twitter TWEETPin to Pinterest PINLink St Kilda surf lifesaver Simon Lewis will spend the festive period on the coast of Libya to help rescue drowning refugees. Yet, next month, the 32-year-old will once again join another humanitarian mission, this time on a ship operating near the coast of Libya. But he still needs to fund his technical ocean rescue gear and wants to buy medical equipment for the ship.


Source: Libya Today December 06, 2016 00:40 UTC


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