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Drowning in Maracas

Postby axe » September 5th, 2016, 6:13 pm

http://www.loopt.com/content/video-23-y ... ue-attempt

Footage of a tragic accident on Maracas Beach shows attempts to revive 23-year-old Javel James after he attempted to rescue others and got into difficulty himself.

According to reports, James, from Enterprise, Chaguanas, was hiking with friends and stopped at Maracas Beach.

However, upon seeing two adults and four children in difficulty in the water, he went in to help them.

Sadly, James got into difficulty himself and disappeared underwater.

Lifeguards who were on patrol at the time acted quickly to rescue the children and adults, however, James had disappeared from sight.

After searching for some time, James’ motionless body was retrieved, and attempts to resuscitate him were unfortunately unsuccessful.

An autopsy is expected to be performed on the body this week.

In a separate incident, a five-year-old boy drowned on Friday after he slipped into a flooded drain during heavy rains and was swept out to sea.


What exactly are life Guards paid to do?
Seriously are they CPR trained?

This is ridiculous

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby Gladiator » September 5th, 2016, 9:53 pm

axe wrote:http://www.loopt.com/content/video-23-yr-old-drowns-maracas-beach-following-rescue-attempt

Footage of a tragic accident on Maracas Beach shows attempts to revive 23-year-old Javel James after he attempted to rescue others and got into difficulty himself.

According to reports, James, from Enterprise, Chaguanas, was hiking with friends and stopped at Maracas Beach.

However, upon seeing two adults and four children in difficulty in the water, he went in to help them.

Sadly, James got into difficulty himself and disappeared underwater.

Lifeguards who were on patrol at the time acted quickly to rescue the children and adults, however, James had disappeared from sight.

After searching for some time, James’ motionless body was retrieved, and attempts to resuscitate him were unfortunately unsuccessful.

An autopsy is expected to be performed on the body this week.

In a separate incident, a five-year-old boy drowned on Friday after he slipped into a flooded drain during heavy rains and was swept out to sea.


What exactly are life Guards paid to do?
Seriously are they CPR trained?

This is ridiculous


Guy died a Hero.... good Samaritans still exist

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby jm3 » September 5th, 2016, 11:23 pm

well at least he did something worth while with his short life. died a hero

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby Trini Hookah » September 6th, 2016, 6:30 am

Lifeguards paid to give attitude of course.

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby desifemlove » September 6th, 2016, 9:34 am

how big is this beach, and do they like have patrol sections?

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby Les Bain » September 6th, 2016, 9:42 am

Opting to rescue six people is a very tall order. Could have shrugged it off as the lifeguards' duty, but he made his choice. Guy died a hero.

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby axe » September 6th, 2016, 8:38 pm

in the video they took him out of the water and straight into an ambulance.....no cpr attempt....smh

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby sMASH » September 6th, 2016, 8:44 pm

hero.

the reason they would not perform life breathing of cpr, i would suspect, is a matter of bureaucracy. depending on the time span from the time the guy disappeared to when they located his body, they probably tried on the surf board out in the water, but gave up. when they came on shore, opted to shuttle the body to the hospital. cause if they left it there, they would have to wait on police, then the DMO, and is a whole drama scenes will have to go down. when they carry the body to the hospital, the doctor there will pronounce DOA and no beat up by the police.

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby TriP » September 7th, 2016, 12:07 am

the video


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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby Miktay » September 8th, 2016, 2:55 pm

rip good samaritan...

lots of riptides on the north coast during the rainy season...

powerful things those riptides...

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby nervewrecker » September 8th, 2016, 8:50 pm

Rest in peace.

A true hero

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby TriP » September 9th, 2016, 11:29 pm

CPR Not on my Salary
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Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby shogun » September 10th, 2016, 5:13 pm

Dude didn't even hesitate to sacrifice his life to save others.

The salaries of those "lifeguards" for the next year, should go to the family of Javel James. Madness

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Re: RE: Re: Drowning in Maracas

Postby kcgilll » September 10th, 2016, 7:32 pm

sMASH wrote:hero.

the reason they would not perform life breathing of cpr, i would suspect, is a matter of bureaucracy. depending on the time span from the time the guy disappeared to when they located his body, they probably tried on the surf board out in the water, but gave up. when they came on shore, opted to shuttle the body to the hospital. cause if they left it there, they would have to wait on police, then the DMO, and is a whole drama scenes will have to go down. when they carry the body to the hospital, the doctor there will pronounce DOA and no beat up by the police.

Exactly the same thing I thought. Because judging from what I'm hearing and saw in that video he was probably dead already having had to be fished out from the sea floor. Its tragic but unfortunate.

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Re: Drowning in Maracas

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