Two tourists drown in Netanya

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May 25, 2016 20:22

 
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Two adults drowned on Sironit Beach in Netanya late Wednesday afternoon Magen David Adom reported.

A senior paramedic was already on the scene treating someone else when a teenager approached him and shouted in English that his family was drowning.

The paramedic rushed to the scene to save to the two from the water, however their death was later confirmed.

Israeli media reported that the two were tourists visiting with their family from Germany. 

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