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(From Western Morning News)
The rush of visitors lured to the beach by belated summer sun has meant a busy time for lifeguards - with 24 people rescued at one beach alone in a single day.
Croyde RNLI lifeguards managed to stop the adults and children being swept out to sea by potentially deadly rip currents, including 11 people who were caught up in a single go. Bathers and body boarders who were swimming outside the safe areas marked out by flags on the North Devon beach were dragged away from the beach on Tuesday, and were unable to make it back to shore.
RNLI lifeguards carried out several rescues throughout the day as people struggled in the …