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Search continues for father still missing after being swept out to sea at Bethell's Beach

New Zealand Herald Monday, 25 March 2019
Search continues for father still missing after being swept out to sea at Bethell's BeachPolice and surf lifesaving crews are still searching for a man swept out to sea at Bethell's Beach/ Te Henga.A police spokesperson today confirmed the 34-year-old was still missing after being swept away on Thursday evening."An...
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