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Security guard revives woman, 26, in near-drowning at Turtle Bay

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 21, 2013

Paramedics took a 26-year-old woman to a hospital in serious condition Friday afternoon after an apparent near-drowning at the North Shore's Turtle Bay area, according to an Emergency Medical Services report.

A security guard spotted the woman face down in the water, jumped in, brought her to shore and performed cardiovascular resuscitation, which revived her, EMS said. Paramedics arrived and took over her care, taking her to a hospital.

The woman, a visitor, had been snorkeling in the area.

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Correction: The security guard rescued and revived the woman. A previous version of this story said a lifeguard saved her.







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aomohoa wrote:
So why wasn't the lifeguard the first one to see her?
on December 20,2013 | 01:39PM
GONEGOLFIN wrote:
Because a security guard was the 1st to see her.
on December 20,2013 | 02:38PM
Mythman wrote:
What part of the beach was it? Are there C&C lifeguards there?
on December 20,2013 | 03:49PM
aomohoa wrote:
They corrected the story. Now it makes sense because they don't have lifeguards there.
on December 20,2013 | 08:49PM
SueH wrote:
I bet they will after this incident!
on December 21,2013 | 11:38AM
saywhatyouthink wrote:
Give that man a raise, above and beyond the call of duty for sure.
on December 20,2013 | 08:14PM
Maipono wrote:
Good Job!
on December 21,2013 | 04:48AM
GoldenRule wrote:
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on December 21,2013 | 07:40AM
Mythman wrote:
I think management is too cheap to have lifeguards at the beach or even at the pool - am I off base on this?
on December 21,2013 | 08:24AM
cojef wrote:
Management want to keep their pool cafe exclusive for only guest. Ate at pool not knowing and later found out that we were not supposed to have a meal there. The next time we visited, we ate at beach restaurant which was less expensive and just as good. Dollar$ in the till is just that, makes no difference where or from whom it came from.
on December 21,2013 | 10:18AM
SueH wrote:
If the pool café is only open to hotel guests, then the waitress should have asked for your room number when taking your order. If they find out later, after you've eaten your meal, that you're not a registered hotel guest, then that would be management's problem.
on December 21,2013 | 11:43AM
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