Surfers set for emergencies

John Veage
Updated December 8 2023 - 3:55pm, first published December 4 2023 - 12:30pm
The trauma training course - Bleed control in an Aquatic Environment- was presented by TacMed Australia Military Medics . Picture John Veage
The trauma training course - Bleed control in an Aquatic Environment- was presented by TacMed Australia Military Medics . Picture John Veage

Cronulla surfers were some of the first to participate in a Trauma Surfers Rescue/Bleeding Control course that was held at Cronulla Beach last week thanks to Cronulla RSL funding.

John Veage

John Veage

Photographer/Journalist

Thirty five year photographer for Fairfax -former NSW Chief Photographer for FCN and now Photo Journalist for the St George and Sutherland Shire Leader in southern Sydney.Official photographer for Cycling Australia (20 years) Official photographer for Surf Life Saving Australia (30 years) Founding Life Member of Cronulla Boardriders Club and Life Member of Surfing Sutherland Shire among other things.

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