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BUSAN, South Korea -- A recent survey shows that the 119 marine rescue team saved 932 summer vacationers at risk in the beaches of Busan this year. 

An official of the Busan fire department said the rescue team saved a total of 932 people from June of this year and gave first aid to the patients or moved them to the hospital. 

The number of cases to do safety action was up to 5,716 and the rescue team returned 133 missing children to their mother's arms. 

Also, the rescue team saved 235 vacationers swept away by counter sea and cured 237 people stung by jellyfish. 

Source: Busan eFM News

BFD Releases Summertime 119 Call Statistics


BUSAN, South Korea — A recent survey shows that the 119 marine rescue team saved 932 summer vacationers at risk in the beaches of Busan this year. 

An official of the Busan fire department said the rescue team saved a total of 932 people from June of this year and gave first aid to the patients or moved them to the hospital. 

The number of cases to do safety action was up to 5,716 and the rescue team returned 133 missing children to their mother’s arms. 

Also, the rescue team saved 235 vacationers swept away by counter sea and cured 237 people stung by jellyfish. 

Source: Busan eFM News


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