Baltic Sea: man saves children from current and drowns

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Man saves children from the Baltic Sea – and drowns

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Man saves two children and drowns himself

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The bathing day ends with a tragedy. A 32-year-old man saved the lives of two children while bathing on Ahrenshoop beach on the Fischland-Darß peninsula and drowned himself.

A 32-year-old died in the rescue of two children from the Baltic Sea. The children have since been able to leave the clinic, and many in the seaside resort of Ahrenshoop are still in shock.

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EA day after a bathing accident near Ahrenshoop in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, many rescuers and residents are still in shock. A man died after rescuing two ten-year-olds from a life-threatening situation in the currents of the Baltic Sea.

The disaster occurred in a beach area on the western beach of the Fischland-Darß-Zingst peninsula, which is not closed but for which there are warnings, said a police spokeswoman on Thursday in Stralsund. Other people would have bathed nearby on Wednesday. However, entering the stone wall for the protection of the high bank is prohibited.

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According to investigations to date, the 32-year-old, who comes from the region, had seen the girl and the boy go under. He had rushed there and hoisted the two onto a stone jetty from where a witness brought them. The second child belongs to the victim’s partner, it said. The lifesaver was then also caught by the current and was no longer seen.

Despite large-scale rescue operations, divers could only find and recover his lifeless body in the evening. According to experts, the man drowned. The death investigation procedure customary in such cases, in which all circumstances are clarified, has not yet been completed.

The two rescued children first came to a clinic, but have since left it. Like other relatives and also the accident workers, you are cared for in a pastoral manner.

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