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Two women have drowned after being swept off the rocks in south Sydney

Tyler Mitchell By Tyler Mitchell Jun6,2024
Two women are dead after being swept off rocks in Sydney’s south.
Emergency services attended Yena Road at Kurnell in the Sutherland Shire about 4.30pm (AEST) on Monday after hearing three women had been taken.
After help from aerial police, marine officers pulled two unconscious women from . They were treated by paramedics and doctors but were unable to be revived.
Police say the third woman extracted herself from the water and climbed back onto the rocks, before being helped by members of the public.

They have started an investigation into the incident but have not found any suspicious circumstances.

It is the second drowning incident at Kurnell in less than a fortnight. Two fishermen were swept off rocks on Cape Solander Drive on 28 May, in an area declared a high-risk rock-fishing location where anglers must wear life jackets.
Reports suggest the women found on Monday were not fishing.

The deceased women are yet to be formally identified.

Tyler Mitchell

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